Bali administration continues to cull stray dogs
Luh De Suriyani
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM The Bali administration will continue culling stray dogs to stop the spread of the rabies virus, despite protests by animal activists over the move. As of Thursday, the Bali Animal and Husbandry Agency has culled 1,277 stray dogs and vaccinated 38,177 dogs. The move began in November when Bali was declared a rabies zone. But the Bali Rabies Forum, comprising several animal rights groups,...
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