Dubai, UAE – In an effort to improve the health and well-being of camels, Dubai has announced plans to launch the world’s first camel hospital.
According to officials, the hospital will be located in the Al Marmoom Conservation Reserve and will be equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and a team of expert veterinarians to provide medical care to camels.
Camels are an important part of Emirati culture and are used for transportation, racing, and meat. However, they are also prone to various health issues such as dehydration, heat stroke, and infections.
The new hospital will feature an intensive care unit, operating rooms, and a laboratory for diagnostic tests. It will also provide rehabilitation services for injured camels and offer training programs for camel owners on how to care for their animals.
“We are proud to launch the world’s first camel hospital in Dubai, which demonstrates our commitment to preserving the cultural heritage of our country and supporting the health and welfare of our animals,” said Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality.
The hospital is expected to open its doors to the public in the coming months, and is set to become a major attraction for tourists and locals alike who are interested in learning more about the care and treatment of camels.
Dubai’s camel hospital is just one example of the city’s commitment to innovation and sustainability. With its bold vision and forward-thinking approach, Dubai is rapidly becoming a global leader in healthcare, technology, and environmental initiatives.