Animal charities and Council see shocking increase in undesirable canines
THE variety of undesirable and saved canines being taken care of by Galway County Council has actually reached unmatched levels.
The dog pounds run by and on behalf of the regional authority are all complete while shelters run by charities around the county are having a hard time to manage the need.
The Council states the high volume of canines entering into its care at present is putting the Dog Warden services under significant pressure. Dog wardens are running waiting lists and areas are filled as quickly as they appear in the council shelters.
It’s believed that the high variety of wandering off and undesirable canines follows a rise in dog ownership throughout the pandemic when more individuals were at house and desired a family pet to stroll …
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