Help for Street animals

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By Taranpreet Singh
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Street dogs are dogs that are not owned by any individual or family and instead live on the streets, often in urban or suburban areas. They are also known as stray dogs or feral dogs. Street dogs can come from a variety of backgrounds, including abandoned pets, offspring of other street dogs, and dogs that have never had an owner.


Street dogs face a number of challenges in their lives, including finding food and water, avoiding danger, and dealing with diseases and parasites. They may also face mistreatment from humans who view them as a nuisance or a threat. In some places, efforts are made to capture and euthanize street dogs, while in other areas, people work to provide them with food, shelter, and medical care.


Street dogs can also pose a risk to human health, particularly in areas where they are not vaccinated against rabies or other diseases. However, they can also provide benefits to communities, such as serving as a source of companionship for people who may not be able to afford a pet or acting as a natural deterrent to crime.


Efforts to address the issue of street dogs often involve a combination of spaying and neutering programs, adoption campaigns, and education programs aimed at promoting responsible pet ownership. The management of street dogs can vary widely depending on cultural and social attitudes towards them, as well as the resources available to address the issue.

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