Girl injured in stray dog attack: MCC clarifies

Girl injured in stray dog attack: MCC clarifies

March 31, 2019

Mysuru: Following the publication of the news titled ‘Girl injured in stray dog attack’ in SOM on Mar.19, the Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) Veterinarian has clarified that the MCC’s Dog Squad conducted an operation at Chamundi Vihar Layout on Mar.19 and have caught the stray dogs which had attacked the girl. The dogs have been shifted to ROTA organisation at Roopa Nagar and their health condition is being observed.

The Veterinarian has further clarified that according to Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules 2001, stray dogs cannot be killed or relocated as it is illegal and hence, the MCC in order to control the menace of stray dogs is undertaking Animal Birth Control programme.


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