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Stray Feeding, Housing societies, NewsOnPets

Stringent laws on stray feeding; Need of the hour?

The government provides its four-legged with many laws. The most important of them is provenance where no stray dog or ...
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animal cruelty, India, government,

Animal cruelty now under agricultural ministry

The Central government shifted the responsibility and control of animal cruelty, to agricultural ministry. This also includes administrative responsibility of ...
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Bird Feeding, pigeons, India, Mumbai, animal activists

Bird Feeding to resume against Government notice

On 2nd April, residential activists of Vasai-Virar and Andheri West rose complaints against the government ban on feeding birds and ...
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parakeets, birds, India, illegal trade, trafficking

Birds for sale in cramped cages

This Sunday, 550 endangered Indian birds including the Asian Koel, Hill Myna and Parakeets were rescued during a raid at ...
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Lemur, yoga, Goat, England

You’ll like to move it, move it Lemur-style

Have you ever thought about doing an inverted dog pose while watching a lemur is doing his own belly warming ...
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Dog rape, dog rape Chennai. Dog rape cases india

Stricter laws needed for dog rapists

In India, men are men and dogs are scared. Every second year, a case so brutal comes to light that ...
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Don’t sell endangered species in pet shops: HC

The Bombay High Court has directed the government to take care of protected animal species. According to the court, pet ...
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Life of Linus: how he made me walk, run and happy

Two years ago, a little more than a furry face, wag and a cold nose entered my life. Not for ...
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news on pets, pet news pets, pet owners, veterinary doctor,

Vet medicine is moving at an incredible pace

Just a few short weeks ago, I was sitting in the fabulous Marina Bay Sands Conference Centre, central Singapore, watching ...
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Many dogs, many happy lives

So, it was one of the many of our family dogs, this one named ‘Nero’ who had entered the Sinha ...
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