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They want to introduce the right to kill aggressive dogs in Buryatia

They want to introduce the right to kill aggressive dogs in Buryatia
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In the Republic of Buryatia, they propose to change the law on the responsible treatment of animals. The regional veterinary office proposes to kill aggressive and street-born animals.

According to information "Izvestia”, They plan to kill animals humanely. At the same time, the authorities plan to develop regulations for a more accurate assessment of the number of stray dogs. They are planning to catch them. Animals without owners will be counted in a specially created unified information system.

Earlier, Buryatia has been repeatedly involved in scandals related to the maintenance and treatment of neglected animals. After several attacks of dogs on people, dog hunters twice set fire to the dog shelter... The authorities announced a rabies quarantine and began shooting animals. For this, animal rights activists noted the region as the worst in the area of ​​implementation of the law on the responsible treatment of animals.

 

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