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CVO reminded to boost campaign vs stray dogs
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Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong directed the City Veterinary Office to conduct an aggressive campaign against stray dogs in the city to ensure that residents confine their dogs in their backyards.

Magalong also ordered the department to study the possibility of increasing the penalties for owners of stray dogs to force them to confine their dogs in their homes or backyards.

He agreed to the request of City Veterinarian Dr. Brigit P. Piok for the rehiring of job orders to compose another team of impounders of stray dogs.

“We have to ensure a sustained and aggressive campaign against stray dogs in all the barangays to make sure residents confine their dogs inside their houses and backyards and prevent them from inconveniencing the public,” Magalong said.

Piok said the local government currently has one team of impounders as the job order contracts of members of another team helping in impounding stray dogs are expiring.

He said the aggressive campaign against stray dogs will start in Purok 17, Irisan and will be replicated in other barangays.

Magalong instructed the City Veterinary Office to consider conducting their operations at night.

He also sought the cooperation of barangay officials in the aggressive campaign against stray dogs.

Piok said impounded dogs are brought to the common impounding area at the Slaughterhouse Compound.

Magalong said dogs unclaimed by the owners will be euthanized and buried in the identified common burial ground of euthanized animals.

Irisan Punong Barangay Arthur Carlos and Asin PB Candido Jaime assured their support to the pronouncement of the local chief executive for the City Veterinary Office to immediately launch a month-long aggressive campaign against stray dogs in all the city’s barangays.

Documents for the hiring of the job order impounders will be finalized soon and submitted to the city mayor for signing to guarantee the immediate reactivation of the second impounding team.


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