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Muzzling Made Mandatory For Pet Owners In Greater Noida


New Delhi: The Gautam Buddha Nagar district administration has enforced a requirement for dog owners to use muzzles when walking their pets, responding to a series of recent dog-bite cases in the city.

Additionally, officials are tasked with locating areas within residential societies where people can feed dogs, and Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) are urged to collaborate in identifying suitable feeding points.

Furthermore, officials are mandated to oversee the prompt sterilization and vaccination of stray dogs in the region.

Stringent measures will be implemented against individuals engaging in cruelty towards dogs.

In the adjacent city of Ghaziabad, the municipal corporation has increased the registration fee for pet dogs from Rs 500 to Rs 1000, effective April 1. This decision has faced criticism from various quarters within the animal rights community.

Concerns have been raised by animal enthusiasts against the existing Rs 500 fee, especially as many individuals, particularly those in underprivileged areas, have numerous stray dogs as their pets. Pet registration is obligatory for renewal on an annual basis.

Furthermore, the municipal corporation has imposed a penalty of Rs 5,000 on pet owners who fail to register their dogs.

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