Stray dogs, even sterilized ones, face the risk of getting caught using inhumane methods and then killed by the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) of Singapore. When stray dogs are reported as having attacked a human, they will be caught and put down. However, unless a dog has rabies, why should it attack a human if it is not provoked, first? Even then, is it really the dog's fault for attacking the human?
Also, culling is not the solution to the growing dog population in Singapore. Instead, the most humane way possible should be to sterilise them, release them, and maybe re-home some of them.
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