A study aimed at convincing the authorities to let bigger dogs be rehomed in Housing Board flats has hit a glitch when more than half of Singaporeans and permanent residents polled indicated they are unwilling to share common space with larger dogs.
This was the key finding of a new, first-of-its-kind study commissioned by animal welfare group SOSD to learn about prevailing attitudes towards pet dogs here.
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