SINGAPORE - For the first time, the Government is working with an animal welfare group to manage the stray dog population in a town, ahead of a similar programme at the national level that will be rolled out from the end of the year.
Since December, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) has been working with animal welfare group SOSD to conduct a programme to trap stray dogs in Sembawang.
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