Stray dog menace: MCC clarifies
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Stray dog menace: MCC clarifies

December 20, 2017

Sir,

Apropos the letter titled “Eradicate stray dog menace” (SOM dated 29.11.2017), the MCC staff have visited the spot at Subhashnagar on 9.12.2017 and captured the unsterilised dogs. Majority of the dogs found were sterilised.

As per the Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules 2001, we are not supposed to kill or relocate the stray dogs. MCC has adopted ABC programme which is existing throughout the country to control dog menace.

– Veterinary Officer, Mysuru City Corporation, Mysuru, 12.12.2017

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4 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Stray dog menace: MCC clarifies”

  1. dr.m.shanthakumar says:

    i feel animal birth control act is to be remodified and all the stray dogs must be killed or take all of them and leave them in forest. someone should fight for this legally please. bringing back the stray dogs and leaving them back wherever they were is meaningless. this wount not serve the problems that we general public face. this animal rights people are wrong in this direction.

  2. dr.m.shanthakumar says:

    we have to question this birth control act itself in the court of law and make it clear that such stray dogs should caught and be left in forests. bringing back of them again creates further problem and there is no point with this movement to solve the proolem. as officers you should also write to court to change their rules in the interest of the harassed public.

  3. Sachin says:

    Indian Government NEEDS TO AMEND 2001 Law And Provide New Law To Allow Municipalities To Kill Stray Dogs As Pack Of Stray Dogs Chase And Hurt And Attack Old People And Children Walking Alone On The Streets. Stray Dogs Menace is A HAVOC In India.

    • dr.m.shanthakumar says:

      YES I FULLY AGREE WITH YOU. SOME GOOD SAMARITAN ADVOCATE PLEASE MOVE THIS IN COURT OF LAW AND HELP US. IT IS A BIG MENACE FOR THE COUNTRY. CATCHING STRAY DOGS, STERILISING THEM AND AGAIN BRINGING BACK THEM TO THE SAME PLACE IS A LAW IS DRACONIAN AND MAD MAN MIGHT HAVE PASSED THIS LAW ! WHAT IS THE USE IN THIS LAW. A HOPELESS IDIOT LAW . CAN THEY ASSURE THESE DOGS WILL NOT BITE AGAIN! ABSOLUTELY NO. WE HAVE SEEN THESE STRAY DOGS KILLING BABIES NEAR THE HOSPITALS. SUCH INCIDENTS ARE DUE TO THE MOST VULGAR LAW OF THE COUNTRY. I FEEL N NO WHERE IN THE COUNTRY NO STRAY DOGS MUSTS BE ALLOWED TO ROME IN THE CITIES AND OTHER PLACES. THEY MUST BE CAUGHT AND LEAVE THEM IN THE FOREST THEREBY THEIR MENACE IS STOPPED ONCE FOR ALL . THIS PRESENT LAW HAS TO BE CHANGED. A GOOD SAMARITAN ADVOCATE PLEASE HELP US. MANEKA GANDHI PLEASE LOOK AT THIS DRACONIAN LAW TO CHANGE AND TO HELP CHILDREN, OLD AGE PEOPLE. THEY ARE NUISANCE TO THE COUNTRY.

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