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'Build a Bond' - A Himalaya Companion Care Initiative to Drive Pet Adoption
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BENGALURU, India, June 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ -- The Himalaya Drug Company today organized a pet adoption drive, 'Build a Bond', at The Lalit Ashok, Bengaluru. Committed to supporting this cause, the event organized in the city, witnessed over 165 furry friends along with their parents. The event was addressed by Mr. Neti Patel, Business Head - Animal Health Products, The Himalaya Drug Company, Dr. Ritesh Sood, a Veterinarian and Marketing Manager, Himalaya Companion Care and Anand Vishwanathan, a leading Canine Behaviourist, urging the audience to consider adopting pets rather than buying them. A walkathon with dogs was organized, adding yet another twist to Himalaya Companion Care's ''Build a Bond'' initiative.
(Photo: https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/706815/Himalaya_Companion_Care_Build_a_Bond.jpg ) There were fun-filled activities, as well as grooming sessions which revolved around pet adoption to engage the furry friends and their parents.
"We Indians are very attached to our pets and consider them as a part of our family. People are increasingly aware of the hardships that animals face and are involved in creating a better place for pets to live in, by engaging in initiatives to help abandoned pets find permanent homes. Himalaya is leading the in encouraging pet adoption. We have been consistently partnering with CUPA to create awareness around the sama through our ''Build a Bond'' intiative. In the coming years, we are hopeful of partnering with organizations across India and paving the way for a more positive movement towards pet adoption," says Mr. Neti Patel, Business Head - Animal Health Products, The Himalaya Drug Company.
Addressing pet owners, Dr. Ritesh Sood, a Veterinarian and Marketing Manager, Himalaya Companion Care said, "There is a misconception among people that dogs need to be brought home when they are puppies to develop an attachment. But that is not true. Adult and senior dogs easily get attuned to new owners as well. Hence, I urge people to not only look for puppies but also adult and senior dogs while adopting a pet."
About Himalaya Companion Care 'Build a Bond' Initiative:
The stigma around adopting a dog is unfortunate, more so if the dog is an indie. Through our campaign, Build a Bond, we want to sensitize people towards pet adoption, and help find safe and loving homes for abandoned, rescued dogs. Himalaya has passively adopted dogs at CUPA (Compassion Unlimited Plus Action), Bengaluru, India, sponsoring their food, shelter, medicines, and other needs.
About The Himalaya Drug Company:
In 1930, a young visionary by the name of Mr. M. Manal foresaw the benefits of herbal remedies while riding through the forests of Burma. After diligently researching the science of the traditional field of Ayurveda, he decided to dedicate his life to creating products that would improve millions of lives across the world. Today, with a history spanning more than eight decades in herbal research, Himalaya has positioned itself as a brand that cares about not only enrich people's lives but also the environment. With their 'head-to-heel' range of products, Himalaya aims at providing a holistic solution to everyday ailments that affect our bodies.
Seeped in a legacy of researching nature, Himalaya has successfully been able to harness the science of Ayurveda through cutting-edge research to become a brand that is safe, gentle, and trustworthy.
For more information, please visit: http://www.himalayahealthcare.com/
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Source: The Himalaya Drug Company PRNewswire
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