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    Stray dogs ‘animal’rify owners in colonies

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    Stray dogs ‘animal’rify owners in colonies

    Hyderabad: Now animal dog-owners are scared of stray dogs in their colonies. They are scared to come out with their canines for a first light use one’s feet to advance in the vigil over a corpse of increasing stray domestic dog menace. A bundle carried on the back of dogs is roaming freely in the colonies and creating overwhelming fear when the owners come out.

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    According to animate being enthusiasts and activists, any animate being that does not receive suitable forethought and is often found at the receiving conclusion of barbarous or negligent discussion can showing aggression in self- defence. Such incidents are happening because nowadays animal owners are foreign breeds which are not meant for concerning the internal affairs of a nation intention.

    Said Anushka Sarkar, a pet-owner of Jeedimetla,”for the past few days whenever I am taking my pet for a walk I have seen street dogs attack. This is not a new issue; every year during February we come across such situations; many times we have complained to the concerned officials of GHMC to organise sterilisation programmes under animal birth control (ABC). But they are just catching canines from one area and relocating them in another colony. Change of location is making the strays aggressive; this should be stopped. It will be better if strays are taken to animal centres,”

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    Medha , a living together or enjoying life in communities activist and another pet-owner, said, “after recent dog-bite incidents in various colonies a few pet-owners are complaining of attacks on their pets by strays. Such incidents are occurring because people have a tendency and to maintain their status are preferring foreign breeds, including German Shepherd. Labrador, Great Dane, Bulldog and many more. All foreign breeds are not meant for domestic purposes. The Central and State governments should ban new foreign breeds and encourage local dogs so that such attacks may stop.”

    Said Umesh Reddy, another pet-owner, “It is a challenging task to manage stray dogs. Every morning whenever I am taking my pet for a walk, strays are attacking. This is happening because strays are always neglected and proper care is not given to them. I have stopped taking pets outside. Many representations have been submitted to the concerned GHMC officials to organise anti-Rabies vaccination (ARV) campaigns in residential areas, but they all fell on deaf ears.”

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