Articles about Dogs

Prevent infestation with Stray Dogs

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With perhaps 600 million strays searching for food, street dogs are a common element just about everywhere in the world. Packs of stray dogs can be found often on the outskirts of town where the animals scrape by on trash and seem bent on hassling anyone passing through. Usually strays are easily scared even buy just turning around and facing them.

Information about Stray Dogs

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The domestic dog is member of the Canis genus, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. It is the first domesticated specie and has been selectively bread over millennia for different sensory capabilities, behaviours and physical attributes. Although their main ancestor is the wolf, dogs nowadays vary widely in shape, size and even colour, having many roles in the life of people.

How to get rid or catch Stray Dogs

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Many dogs become stray due to the lack of care received from their owners. They either escape, or get lost or separated from their owners, and if they are not properly tagged, which helps returning them to their home, they might just remain lost on the street.

The domestic dog is member of the Canis genus, and is the most widely abundant carnivore. It is the first domesticated specie and has been selectively bread over millennia for different sensory capabilities, behaviours and physical attributes. Although their main ancestor is the wolf, dogs nowadays vary widely in shape, size and even colour, having many roles in the life of people. They are used for hunting, herding, pulling loads, protection, assisting police and military, companionship and, more recently, aiding handicapped individuals. Although they are dubbed as “man’s best friend”, their constant breeding has lead to an overpopulation of dogs.
Many are abandoned on the streets, and due to the lack of neutering, their number on the streets increases. Many strays are lost pets who were not kept properly indoors or provided with identification. If they do not know how to return home, they can add up to the growing number of feral dogs.