The Bombay SPCA team was sent to Kutch for Gujarat Earth Relief for Animal Welfare from 31st January 2001 to 8th February 2001 at the time of the infamous earthquake. The Hospital staff, the team also included Veterinarians from the Bombay Veterinary College and traveled a distance of 2,300 kms through out the Kutch area, covering the worst hit locations and rendering treatment to more than 500 injured, wounded & sick animals.
The Office staff, Live Stock Supervisor, Inspectors, Asstt. Secretary and Hospital Manager attended a three days course - Workshop on Proactive Creative Ethos by Synergy at the Bai Sakarbai Disnahw Petit Hospital for Animals campus from 9th February to 11th February 2003, to help our organization to articulate a dynamic work - ethos and high standard of productivity, cost, quality and individual performance.
The Bombay SPCA including the Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for Animals had organized the Animal Welfare Training Programme from 23rd February to 29th February 2004 on behalf of Animal Welfare Board of India for Animal Welfare Officer. There were 27 participants from other SPCA's NGO's and individuals from all over Maharashtra State. Seven days Course covered theory classes on various aspect on Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, eminent Scientist, conducted by the various President / Chief Executive Officer of NGO's, legal classes by Advocate & Accounting procedure.
A team of Bombay SPCA including Animal Hospital consisting of 12 workers, including Veterinary Officer, Live Stock Supervisors, Dressers and using Ward boys two animal ambulances have been working for Mumbai Flood rescue and relief work since 5th August 2005, by vaccinating animals to prevent out break of contagious / infectious diseases. 4000 animals have been vaccinated against Haemorrhaegic Septicemia & Black Quarter from Goregaon, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Santacruz, Khar, Bandra, Kurla Bell Bazar. 710 animals have been treated.