Animal Birth Control Program in Chandigarh Seeks Further Help

09 Oct 2014 | by | Posted in: Wag News

stray dogs 1After setting up an Animal Birth Control Program for the wards in the city, Chandigarh Municipal Corporation has once again invited tenders from different firms to decide on which company will collaborate with the Municipal Corporation to carry out the sterilization activity for the stray dogs in the city.

This activity was re-initiated after the earlier invite to companies to raise a tender had received a low response. The new tenders will be opened after a gap of three weeks. As a process, when tenders are invited, the mandate requires more than one firm to apply so that overall assessment of the financial and operational feasibility can be measured. In such cases where medical procedures are involved, approvals and clearances from medical bodies and technological expertise will be imperative.

Chandigarh Municipal Corporation hopes to successfully replicate the animal birth control model adopted by the Nashik Municipal Corporation. The Chandigarh Municipal Corporation looks forward to collaborate with the best firm to successfully manage the stray dog population in the city. 

Some of the other cities that have taken serious steps to implement an effective Animal Birth Control Program are Nashik, Thiruvananthapuram, Indore and Surat. 

Source: Times of India

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