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Dec 04th
Home Sections Ecology and the Environment Mainland China Commits More “Dogmestic Violence”
Mainland China Commits More “Dogmestic Violence” PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bobby M. Reyes   
Sunday, 06 December 2009 11:00

“Instead of rabies prevention, government officials in China often resort to mass slaughters of dogs, called culls, in which dog-beating squads kill any dog spotted on the street, even if they have an owner” – thus proclaim the advocacy called the


This writer has coined the term, “dogmestic violence,” as used previously in these articles:


China Continues “Dogmestic Violence”


Michael Vick Can Never Be Guilty of "Dogmestic Violence" in the Philippines (As Updated)


To support the international movement to persuade the leaders of the People’s Republic of
China to cease the country’s practice of “culling,” please click on this link:

Stop the dog slaughters! »

The article says, “Indiscriminate slaughter is an ineffective way of controlling rabies. Rabies has been successfully controlled in many countries through managing the dog population and improving public education about effective disease control and treatment.

“The first draft of national animal welfare legislation for
China is under review which, if passed into law, would permanently ban these cruel dog culls.

“Urge Chinese officials to support the passage of legislation to ban dog culls and to mandate humane rabies prevention measures across the country --
sign now. »


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Last Updated on Sunday, 06 December 2009 16:35

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