A group of United Russia headed by the Chairman of the Committee for the protection of natural resources Eugene Tugolukov submitted to the state Duma the bill “About responsible treatment of animals”, containing innovations in this area.
In particular, first introduced the situation about their animal companions. Referred to them as usual for Russians, Pets – cats, dogs, horses, Guinea pigs and hamsters, and rare chameleon and arthropods. Animal companions include parrots and hawks.
There is a list of potentially dangerous breeds of dogs, the contents of which are set special requirements – training, compulsory registration, the paddock only with muzzle and leash. It includes American pit bull Terrier, South African Boerboel, Karelian bear dog, Caucasian shepherd, Anatolian Karabash, Alabai and American Staffordshire Terrier.
The bill establishes the responsibilities of pet owners to provide them with proper living conditions. Not allowed to torture animals, causing them beatings, mutilations, injuries, cruel killing of animals, instigation of animal on person or other animals. The list of conditions that permitted the killing of an animal: if it is incurable hurt, attacked a man and caused him harm (except service animals). Continue reading
The government is going to determine breeds of dogs, which will need to be sure to train. The corresponding list will be included in a bill about responsible attitude to animals, which the state Duma is preparing to the second reading.
Now in document dangerous breeds is the American pit bull Terrier, Caucasian shepherd dog, South African Boerboel, Karelian bear dog, etc. and mixes of these breeds.
Instructor / dog trainer Alexey Vereschagin believes that the need to train all dogs. “In addition to the danger to others, the city can be dangerous for the dog. If you are not able to control the dog on a walk, it’s dangerous for you and the pet, and for all others, – he told on air of radio station “Moscow FM”. – I am against such lists. We will meet a huge number of stray dogs, which are very difficult to sign in this list be sure to train breeds. And the main thing – small dogs are often no less problematic”.
As writes “the Russian newspaper”. under the bill, the dog is “dangerous breed”, after reaching a certain age, have to be trained and get a degree “cultural dog”. Only after that, the pet owner will be allowed to live with him. Continue reading
According to pet owners, the following objects of the actions of the unknown wrestlers with stray cats and dogs will have children
Birobidzhan, February 28, EAOMedia. Frequent cases of poisoning of domestic animals from the poisons with which unidentified persons are fighting with stray animals in Birobidzhan, frightened pet owners. Citizens concerned about the safety of children who may suffer from poisoning, their mental health, since the death of Pets is on the front of the children, as well as the inaction of the municipal authorities and law enforcement agencies.
In all, more cases of poisoning of dogs, every day we receives information about new cases. Today, this area of DSM, Hill yesterday, previously the centre of the city. Poisoned dogs and Pets that walk on the leash, so the poison scattered in the yards where our children walk. Today, a child was walking her puppy, and when I came home, the puppy for 10 minutes died in terrible agony right in front of the child.
The police are on their way to a call, accept statement, but outnobody conversations “not for publication” that it is useless, to wait for the results is not worth it. And they themselves are doing to get results? No operational activities, no inspections of dead bodies, no forensics, no witness interviews, no nothing. This is the level of our Russian police? Maybe we’re all in cahoots?
Utilities should control the population of stray animals. But instead of a real job, instead create municipal service contract with the entrepreneur of Khabarovsk, the representatives of which are here on short visits and became famous for the whole DV to the fact that they have more on paper. Continue reading