AMC has no funds for dog sterilisation centre upkeep, citizens live in fear

  • | Monday | 11th February, 2019

However, the AMC’s only clinic for dog sterilisation is in a bad condition.After a gap of more than a year, the AMC had relaunched dog sterilisation at its clinic at Central Naka in April 2018. However, the poorly equipped dog clinic sterilises just 20 to 30 dogs a day.The clinic has two operation tables for sterilisation. To keep the dog population in check, 50 should be sterilised a day. “Around 25 dogs are on loose at the walker’s zone.”Experts say that dog population cannot be controlled without proper implementation of the central government’s animal birth control programme. Aurangabad: At a time when the growing dog population in the city is proving to be a threat to the lives of people and livestock, the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation’s (AMC) funds crunch is hampering its dog sterilisation campaign.On Sunday, dogs bit three children in Cidco N-2, Asefiya Colony and Jaisingpura.

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