Available 24-hours per day, 7 days a week
Orphaned puppy and kitten care
Skin diseases, including leishmaniasis and mange
Traumatic injuries, including those caused by car accidents
Chemotherapy for dogs afflicted with TVT (transmissible venereal tumors)
Common viral infections, including canine parvovirus and distemper and feline panleukopenia
Routine Services and Programs
Medical Care for Pets
Routine wellness checks
Basic grooming and nail trims
Anti-parasitic treatments for deworming and flea/tick prevention
On a per-case basis, we work with organizations and compounds to humanely trap, neuter, vaccinate, and release their feline populations to help maintain a healthy stable cat population. We do not provide local relocation services.
If rabies is suspected in any street animal, locations and photos or video can be sent to KSAR staff at any time. During normal working hours we will forward to the appropriate organizations and authorities. After-hours rabies-suspected cases will be assessed and picked up by trained, fully vaccinated staff and managed in accordance with local regulations.
We provide on site or clinic-based routine and emergency veterinary care for working dogs regardless of owner or operator. Our in-house K9 expert can provide assessments of kennel setups, animal husbandly, and training. We can also provide relocation services for animals being retired to homes or K9-oriented rescues.
On a per-case basis, dependent on current airline availability and regulations of destination countries, KSAR can assist owners in the planning and logistics of transporting their dogs and cats outside of Afghanistan.
We provide routine and emergency medical services for pets, street animals, and working animals. Our staff are on site for 24/7 intake and can provide animal retrieval in Kabul City if needed, security allowing. Our facilities include quarantine areas to safely treat contagious diseases commonly found in Afghanistan, a recently renovated surgical suite, and long-term boarding and animal sanctuary spaces.