Ipoh vet calls treatment of dogs in two viral videos 'barbaric'

1/7/2022 4:11:00 PM

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Stray Dogs, Pangkor

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IPOH: Two heartbreaking videos of stray dogs treated inhumanely have been making its rounds online.

In the second video filmed at the Papan landfill near here, a very weak stray dog is left at the landfill, with a visible council vehicle spotted nearby.The poor disoriented dog is struggling to stand, and even walk.Animal lover, and veterinarian Dr Ranjit Kaur Mendhir said she had also received both the videos.

She said that as far as the dogs on the beach at Pulau Pangkor, she is very much aware that a foreigner had paid for the full cost to get them neutered.Dr Ranjit said the videos showed the barbaric side of enforcement officers."Is already wrong to be aggressive towards the strays, but dragging it afterwards is so inhumane.

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The first video was believed to be captured in Pulau Pangkor, where enforcement officers could be seen dragging a dog mercilessly with blood everywhere.A SHANGHAI (June 30): Chinese stocks marked their best month in nearly two years on Thursday (June 30), supported by signs of an economic recovery after the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.When contacted, Selangor Fire and Rescue Department director Norazam Khamis said a team from the department reached the accident site at 1.KUALA LUMPUR (June 30): The president of a Sabah-based party and another individual have been arrested for alleged involvement with a syndicate issuing data cards to people without citizenship, said Home Minister Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainudin.

In the second video filmed at the Papan landfill near here, a very weak stray dog is left at the landfill, with a visible council vehicle spotted nearby. The poor disoriented dog is struggling to stand, and even walk.62% to 21,859. Animal lover, and veterinarian Dr Ranjit Kaur Mendhir said she had also received both the videos. The six pupils inside, aged seven, suffered light injuries and have been sent to the Sungai Buloh Hospital for treatment," he said. She said that as far as the dogs on the beach at Pulau Pangkor, she is very much aware that a foreigner had paid for the full cost to get them neutered.36% to 7,666. Dr Ranjit said the videos showed the barbaric side of enforcement officers. "The two individuals also deceived their victims by promising them that blue identity cards similar to that for citizens would be issued to them once related transactions are completed,” he said.

"Is already wrong to be aggressive towards the strays, but dragging it afterwards is so inhumane. By the end of the session, the Shanghai Composite Index rose 1. Article type: free. "There are many other proper methods to deal with strays, treating them badly is definitely not the way. "In the other video, the dog I believe is just chucked out from the lorry, it is so heartbreaking," she added.62 points, while the blue-chip CSI 300 Index gained 1. When contacted, State Housing, Local Government and Tourism Committee chairman Datuk Nolee Ashilin Mohamed Radzi said there had been an operation to catch stray dogs by the Manjung Municipal Council after numerous complaints from the public in Pangkor. However she said the way the dog was handled was not right.01 points. “Only the National Registration Department is authorised to issue identity cards recognised by the government,” he said.

"Dragging the dog is inhumane. This issue will definitely be raised," she said. Gains across the board came as official data showed that China's factory and service sectors snapped three months of activity decline in June as authorities lifted a strict Covid-19 lockdown in Shanghai, reviving output and consumer spending. Nolee Ashilin added that her committee would be organising a workshop next week in Manjung titled"Problems of stray animals". "During the workshop we hope to address such issues, and the best ways to tackle the problem at hand," she added. Analysts said hopes for more stimulus measures, including monetary easing, continued to lend support to markets. Nolee Ashilin said that on the video of the dog in Papan, the Ipoh City Council had told her that the dog was merely released at the landfill, and not chucked.

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