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People who are Violent to Animals can be a Threat to Society


welcome By: Elena Grace Flores

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Dog Dance (Photo credits: Giphy)

Many women animal lovers choose their life partner based on  their pet’s approval with a particular suitor. This is actually very logical because often, people who are violent to animals can be a threat not only to you but also to the society as a whole. Take the case of this man who was accused of kicking a dog under his care:

Man accused of kicking dog in video has violent criminal record

By: WSB-TV

JOHNS CREEK, Ga. —

A former employee at a Johns Creek dog grooming business is facing animal cruelty charges after police say he attacked a dog in his care.

Police say Marlon Williams had a duty to care for the dogs he was watching while working at Unleashed on State Bridge Road. But Channel 2’s Mike

Petchenik obtained surveillance video, police says, shows Williams attacking one of the dogs – for seemingly no reason.  http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/man-accused-kicking-dog-video-has-violent-criminal/nXxST/  


It’s quite a worry seeing videos online with teenagers kicking dogs to death. We can’t help but wonder what they are for?Seems like an act of madness and it is disturbing that there are substantial demands for it  – or else they won’t multiply on social media. It’s about time to impose tough laws against animal cruelty like in the U.S. and we might be able to lessen crimes in the third world countries.

 

 

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Problem with Stray Dogs is Not a Joke


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By: Elena Grace Flores

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dog (Photo credit: davidyuweb)

The animal welfare society might have something to say about stray dog management but the reality is, even if euthanasia and dog slaughter are acceptable in some cultures – this situation is getting out of hand. Dogs can be seen in various communities fighting for food to stay alive. Exposing mankind to danger and diseases. Read this:

Reducing the burden of stray dogs in societyReducing the burden of stray dogs in society

By: http://www.thebluedog.org

The World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that globally the dog population is 1/10 that of the human population, of which 75% are regarded as “strays”.

The problems caused in terms of disease and injury to humans, their livestock and pets, as well as general nuisance has traditionally led authorities to adopt mass slaughter programmes. These are often inhumane and have shown to be ineffective.http://www.thebluedog.org/en/i-want-a-dog/being-a-responsible-dog-owner/reducing-the-burden-of-stray-dogs-in-society



Some countries might be able to tolerate mass killings of these animals – but what about the dog lovers? Despite the struggle on what’s the best thing to do, it all boils down to – numerous dogs cannot be taken cared of by humans anymore and there’s no ideal place for them left at all due to modernization. Therefore, it is important to neuter them because population control can make both the lives of humans and dogs more manageable.

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