Landmark project between welfare group and AVA to manage Sembawang stray dogs ahead of national programme

(From left) Yuzu and Kodi were among the stray dogs caught and neutered as part of the Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage programme in Sembawang. PHOTOS: AGRI-FOOD & VETERINARY AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE
Two puppies were among the strays rehomed as part of the TNRM collaboration between AVA and SOSD. The puppies were rescued on the same day their parents were trapped for neutering. PHOTO: SOSD
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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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