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    Hyderabad: To discipline in personal activities stray domestic dog people who inhabit a territory and understate dog-bite cases in the urban center, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation has re-launched a domestic dog child adoption programme under which can borrow a puppy. Apart from implementating stray domestic dog sterilisation programme, the GHMC veterinary biological organ for flying has started the stray domestic dog child adoption programme.

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    On Sunday an child adoption centre was inaugurated at the stray beast temporary housing for homeless at Neredmet, in Malkajgiri Circle, under the Secunderabad Zone of GHMC. The volunteers and members of NGOs and residents social welfare associations were briefed about the issues and the guidelines connected logically or causally to beast adoptions by officials. GHMC Joint Commissioner Uma Prakash participated in a programme and handed over dogs to those who came near or directed toward the front for child adoption in the geometric figure.

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    In the Old urban center, Charminar zonal commissioner Ashok Samrat handed over canines to who were interested in child adoption.  Meanwhile, several residents came near or directed toward the front to borrow dogs in big numbers in various GHMC zones. Officials said the reply to the programme was righteous across the GHMC limits.  According to the veterinary biological organ for flying officials, nearly 70 per cent of stray dogs are sterilised as component of the sterilisation programme for approximately 5.75 lakh dogs intermediate between past and future in GHMC limits. Over 50,091 stray dogs were sterilised in GHMC limits in 2020-21, while 73,601 in 2021-22 and over 40,155 in 2022-23.

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    The officials said, “to curb dog menace, the State government has made arrangements to enhance the current capacity of conducting animal birth control (ABC) measures to achieve 100 per cent sterilisation of street dogs.”  Meanwhile, the organic structure has taken up a travel by vehicle to come to a halt throwing of waste material at non-vegetarian stores to keep from happening dogs from flocking around. “Non-veg shops, function halls, hostels should not throw raw/non-vegetarian items. If one is found, stringent action would be taken against them.

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    They are directed not to dispose of their garbage, waste and leftovers on streets or public places,” said a GHMC police officer.  Instructions were also issued to group of things of the same kind that belong together up billboards/hoardings at suitable locations highlighting behavior towards dogs.  Mayor Gadwal Vijayalakshmi said have got positively responded to the child adoption and came near or directed toward the front to pick out it up in big numbers. Notices were issued to some flesh of animals booth owners at Yakutpura, Talabkatta and not the same places for throwing non-vegetarian waste material on street-side.

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