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New Order Passed By Supreme Court For Stray Dogs!

13 Mar 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

There have been a lot of problems going around that concerns stray dogs and looks like the Supreme Court has actually found a way out. A way that not only will let the stray dogs live for the rest of their lives but if worked out, it will also help them give a better and healthier life. Now, if you’re thinking what exactly did Supreme Court came up with? Well, the Supreme Court has passed an order that asks all the states to sterilize and vaccinate the stray dogs under the Animal Welfare Board of India’s supervision. If you ask us, or as a matter of fact, ask anyone, it’s better than killing them (when the Supreme Court allowed the municipal authorities to slay the stray dogs back in November, 2015) because that was never the answer. The Supreme Court has passed a temporary order on a petition of Animal rights groups.

Though the order is temporary take a look at the benefits the stray dogs will have!

#1 The stray dogs won’t be able to produce which means there will be reduction in stray litter.

#2 There’ll be a decline in cases of hit and run with dogs and pups which also mean less horrible deaths.

#3 Animal shelters won’t be flooded with severe cases which put them in a helpless spot.

#4 Vaccinated dogs won’t put anybody in danger.

#5 It will result in getting a better treatment from humans allowing them to have a chance of better life.



And being a dog or even an animal lover, if you know strays are happy, healthy and safe, what else could you ask for? The hearing of pleas which includes Animal Welfare Board of India’s petition was held on 12th July, 2016. 


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