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More than two thousand dogs were caught in the capital of Buryatia

More than two thousand dogs were caught in the capital of Buryatia
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Since December 25, more than two thousand dogs have been caught in Ulan-Ude after several resonant animal attacks on people. In the village of Zabaikalsky, where several severe cases have been recorded since December, 180 animals were caught.

According to "Baikal Daily", Now the Ulan-Ude administration will report on the captured animals every day. Residents expressed such wishes after another attack on a child in Zabaikalskoye. Since the beginning of the high alert regime, 2 dogs have been caught in Ulan-Ude.

In total, there are 18 dog-catching teams in the capital of Buryatia, two of them are in the problem village. During the month, residents left 2,8 thousand calls with addresses where most stray dogs live. About 60% of these requests have been worked out.

In addition, the brigades visit private houses and check the registration of animals. 157 protocols were drawn up for violators.

From December 2020 it is already not the first case of dogs attacking people in Ulan-Ude... The last attack occurred on January 26: animals bit a nine-year-old girl... At the end of last year, a girl was sent to Moscow for treatment in a serious condition after meeting with dogs. Then the animals attacked a schoolboy, a district police officer and another schoolboy who is in serious condition in the hospital. After these attacks, dog hunters became more active in the city: a shelter for stray animals unknown set on fire twice already... The authorities began under the guise of quarantine measures to shoot animals.

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