Reducing Dog Fights on Streets
The increasing stray dog population poses a threat to the peaceful coexistence between humans and animals. And an easy way out is sterilisation and vaccination for animals. Under an effective sterilisationprogramme, stray dogs are surgically neutered, vaccinated against rabies, and then placed back in their area. Since territories are not left vacant, new dogs cannot enter. Mating and breeding also cease to exist. With no mating or crossing of territories, dog fights reduce dramatically. Since fighting reduces, bites on humans also become rare which results in reduced man-animal conflicts. And over time, as the dogs die natural deaths, their numbers dwindle.