Pet Breeding and Training Centre

Establishment of Research and Training facilities for Pets Breeding at Ravi campus Pattoki


The project directly related to objectives of national development through  establishment of research & training facilities in pet breeding. It had the following components:  

  • Establishment of one Canine breeding centre  
  • Establishment of one Cat breeding centre  
  • Establishment of one Aviculture centre of variety of parrots, pheasants, peacocks & love birds.
  • Establishment of Research/ academic block for training of 150 under graduate students, 50 short courses & 10-20 post graduate students.
  • Establishment of dog training Centre  (Guard, tracking, attack and narcotics).
  • Availability of pure pups, kitten and birds in a very economic price for the general public.                                                                                  

Pet Animals Stock

Breeds of Dog Available

  •    German Shepherd
  •    Rottweiler
  •    Labrador  
  •    Mastiff


Main Building Research/ Academic block


Dog Kennels 

   Cat House

Training Facilities available

The training as guard dogs, tracking dogs & sniffer dogs has been started. The handlers have been fully trained for training of pets. Training of dogs in private sector will be started in future. It is our great honour that our dogs are used by Police deptt. for high security purpose on different events.


Feeding of dogs:

Adult formula (Feeding twice a day)

Daily feed requirement of 20 kg adult dog is 500-700 gm

Protein   26 %
Fat          16 %
Fibre         3 %
Moisture 10 %

Zinc, Selenium, Vitamin-E, Omega-6 & Omega-3 fatty acids

Pup formula (Feeding thrice a day)

Daily feed requirement of 10 kg pup is 200-300 gm


27 %


15 %


3 %


10 %


1.2 %


1.0 %

Zinc, Selenium, Vitamin-E, L-Carnitine, DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid), Omega-6 & Omega-3 fatty acids

Care of Pet:

  • Vaccination & Deworming at proper time
  • Good nutritious feed
  • Regular medical checkup
  • Grooming
  • Satisfactory Accomodation
  • Regular Exercise

Diseases of dogs:

1. Rabies

A highly deadly disease of dogs and cats and is communicable to human being. Usually spread by bite wound or contact of saliva with the mucous membrane. After the onset of clinical signs the only result is death. There is no treatment of the disease only cure is through vaccination.

back to top


2. Canine Parvo Virus Infection

This is highly fatal disease especially in puppies manifested by severe gastroenteritis, timely diagnosis and aggressive treatment is required to save the life of your pup but sometime the animal may expire even after aggressive treatment.

3. Canine Distemper

It attacks respiratory, GIT and nervous system, if treated in initial stage the animal will respond well but if animal start to show neurological sign these will persist throughout the life.

4. Infectious Canine Hepatitis (blue eye)

This disease primarily attack liver but can also affect the kidneys, eyes and other organs. The dog may develop the sign of jaundice and there is temporary clouding of the cornea. Recovered dog spread the infection for more than 6 months.

5. Infectious Canine Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough)

It is highly contagious upper respiratory disease which effect dog of all ages caused by both virus and bacteria. Signs like dry harsh hacking cough, sneezing, retching and occasionally fever. Treatment is usually successful.

6. Leptospirosis

Disease caused by bacteria and is manifested by respiratory, GIT, urological and nervous signs. If properly treatment will respond to the treatment.

Cat Diseases:

Feline Panleukopenia: (feline distemper, feline parvo)

The disease is very hardy to remove and signs like vomiting diarrhea and appearance of third eye lid. Hunched over postural appearance are usually apparent.

Feline Viral Rhinotracheatis, Feline Calci Virus Infection

Both of these are highly contagious respiratory infections of cats. In both of these diseases flu like symptoms appears.

back to top


Control & Vaccination plan of dogs and  cats


Dog (age in weeks)

Cat (age in weeks)



If puppy born of vaccinated dam

If born of unvaccinated dam

If kitten born of vaccinated dam

If born of unvaccinated dam

For dog
Rabies vaccine &
Combined vaccine Duramune (CPV, CD, Parainfluenza, Adenovirus, Leptospirosis)
For cat
Rabies vaccine &
Combined vaccine Felovax (Feline panleukopenia, feline calci virus, feline rhinotracheatis)

1st shot 8 wks of age
2nd shot 12 wks

1st shot 6 wks
2nd shot 9 wks
3rd shot 12 wks
4th shot 16 wks

1st shot 8 wks of age
2nd shot 12 wks

1st shot 6 wks
2nd shot 9wks
3rd shot12 wks
4th shot16wks

back to top


Officer Staff

Prof. Dr. Asim Khalid Mahmood

Professorr/ Officer-incharge
Pets Breeding & Training Project

Muhammad Imran

Vetrinary Officer
Pets Breeding & Training Project