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Stray dog population on the rise in Kiphire
Correspondent KIPHIRE, JUL 2 (NPN):
Published on 3 Jul. 2011 12:51 AM IST
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Despite the order issued by the administrator of Kiphire Town Council (KTC) not to let dogs out and making it mandatory for dog owners to vaccinate their dogs, the number of stray dogs in Kiphire town seems to be increasing.
As per reports received, at least four persons have been reportedly bitten by mad dogs in Longya, DC and Medical ward Kiphire. Kiphire Town Sangtam Students’ Union (KTSU) in support to the order given by KTC has appealed to the denizens of Kiphire town to be alert and directed dog owners to strictly adhere to KTC’s order.
It may be mentioned that Murohu Chotso, additional deputy commissioner and administrator, KTC had issued notification on June 15 to the public of all wards under Kiphire town that dogs, irrespective of species or age, should be vaccinated with proper document and to keep them confined within the residential premises.
As per earlier notification, it was mentioned that any stray dogs found loitering in the streets would be eliminated without further notice.

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