Stray dogs on the rise
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Stray dogs on the rise

May 26, 2017


Apropos the views expressed by Sheeba on stray dog menace (SOM dated May 23), we too face a similar problem of stray dog menace in Udayagiri (opposite Tipu Park). They bark and chase moving vehicles, especially two-wheelers. As a result, people are scared to move out particularly during the evenings and night time.

Initially it was one or two dogs but now they have multiplied many times creating a nuisance and terror in our locality. The beautiful Tipu Park has become a sort of a breeding ground for these strays.

I request the authorities concerned to take corrective measures urgently and sort out this issue.

– Mohamed Shaheen, Mysuru, 24.5.2017

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Stray dogs on the rise”

  1. Abhinav says:

    I urge the authorities to quickly sort out the issue of these multiplying mullahs. Please sterlize both stray dogs and mullahs.


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