India: On street dogs

My Life on the culling of street dogs in Bangalore and how the dogs better treatment. “Once when I was returning home from Bangalore Central to my home near the airport by bus, I had to walk around a kilometer at 11pm. The streets were deserted and there were a number of stray dogs; a couple of them started growling at me, but I never looked in their direction and just kept walking as if I had not felt their presence.”

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  • Carl

    Yes vicious stray dogs in city limits can be a problem as beautiful and unique as they are. Most are different from the average stray. They fit the discription of primitive dogs that are in the same family as the Australian dingo and otehr natural dogs in africa and Israel, And the newly discovered American Dingoe in South carolina and Georgia. I wish they could be preserved in India.

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