India's oldest and Asia’s largest all-animal shelter, the Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre (SGACC). Spread over four acres of tree covered land in West Delhi’s Raja Garden, it assures space in a secure natural environment for animals and birds.
Its OPD treats over 200 animals a day providing medical, diagnostic, surgical, and dental services. It is part of the city municipality's ABC (Animal Birth Control) programme wherein it sterilises and vaccinates street dogs. It aims to prevent cruelty and secure the welfare of animals throughout India. Controlling the homeless animal population through sterilisation and an active adoption programme that promotes the virtues of Indian dogs as companion animals is one of its main aganda.