ghaziabad nagar nigam plans to ban pitbull and rottweiler dogs research team on order of kanpur nagar nigam – ghaziabad may ban pitbull and rottweiler
A child was attacked by a pit bull in a park in Sanjaynagar. Doggy did a lot of damage to the child’s face. A case was also registered in this matter at Madhuban-Bapudham Police Station. It was also found in the investigation that the person keeping the dog had not registered the pit bull with the municipal corporation. Due to this, he was fined Rs 5000. Meanwhile, earlier, the video of a child biting in the elevator also went viral. In view of such incidents, the Municipal Corporation is preparing to ban the breeding of dangerous and violent types of dogs.
where how many dogs? The company has no data
Although the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation has no such data on who keeps what type of dogs in how many houses. It is estimated that there are many people in Ghaziabad city who also breed foreign breed dogs like Pitbull, Rottweiler, Husky, German Shepherd, Doberman Pinscher, Bullmastiff, Malamute, Wolf Hybrid etc. but in Ghaziabad more of Pitbull and Rott Weller dogs are Cradle Notification.
Why do these dogs attack?
The Municipal Corporation’s animal welfare officer, Dr. Anuj Singh, says they are foreign dogs, being bred here by hobbyists. The climate of the country is different for these dogs. In such a situation, these dogs sometimes become violent. Kanpur Municipal Corporation has now banned the breeding of foreign dogs of a violent nature. The company there made this decision on September 23. The judgment stated that the breeding, breeding and trading of pit bulls and rottweilers in the company area is prohibited. If anyone keeps them, will impose a fine of Rs. 5 thousand.