The VOSD SANCTUARY™ is the world’s largest no-kill dog sanctuary with a world-class residential hospital that has helped 8,000+ critically injured and abandoned dogs. VOSD has also administered over 250,000 treatments and has hundreds of permanent resident dogs that live here forever. Dogs have come to VOSD from over 30+ cities across India. 

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At VOSD we have rescued dogs- blinded with acid, run over and paralysed, sexually assaulted, slashed with knives, tied to train tracks- from across India. These dogs simply have nowhere else to call home. We provide them with a sanctuary of love and care. It is not easy to do what we do, but you can help us care for our dogs.


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Dogs with No Hope

Here are the stories of dogs who have made VOSD their home for life after leaving behind a lifetime of abuse and agony. Your support can help us help many more dogs like these who face suffering and imminent death if we don’t bring them in to VOSD.


Dancing is the dog with the twinkle in her eye. She is named the way she is because neural damage and muscular dysfunction have caused it to appear as if she always dances. For the last two and a half years, she has been fed by hand and carried around, and never has to walk. 


Husna came to us over 7 years ago after our Founder, Rakesh Shukla, rescued her from the road. She was badly hit in a car accident and lost her jaw entirely. Cut to now: She is a billy-goat in the making and can jump and run and spread joy to everyone. Rakesh named her after a song he was listening to around the time of her rescue. 


Mama is the triple-amputee princess that still lords over the rest of us. She lost three of her legs in a train accident around 450 kilometres from Delhi. VOSD drove her and her six pups to Delhi so she could be given the best possible medical treatment before bringing them to us. 

(Badi) Shilpi

Shilpi is a Pakistani Bully-mastiff bred for dog fights. She was rescued in Delhi with tick-fever and nobody wanted to touch her. Shilpi was tiny and emaciated when she was rescued, but now towers over most of the VOSD dogs at a healthy 70 kilos. 

(Choti) Shilpi

A hotel owner rescued this Pakistani Bully-mastiff at first, but she truly reached her full potential when she got to the VOSD Sanctuary. Like Badi Shilpi before her, she was on death row. She is now the best friend of dogs and children alike. 


Shahrukh is a Cocker Spaniel who was about to be euthanised by a breeder because he was born blind and had tick fever. Another veterinary doctor tried to find him a home but all efforts failed, and this star is now happy with us. He has poor motor control as well, but he powers through like the Badshah of VOSD-wood. 

” Not every home deserves a dog,
but every dog deserves a home. “

Help VOSD continue to change the lives of dogs for the better. 
Help us continue to be a home for dogs with no other hope.

Please support VOSD Sanctuary and Hospital by making a small donation today. 

Home For Dogs With No Hope

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Donation Total: ₹500.00 One Time