SAU starts experimental work to reduce dogs' reproductive capacity.

HYDERABAD -- Sindh Agriculture University (SAU) has started experimental work to reduce the reproductive capacity of dogs in order to save people from dog biting incidents. Under the supervision of Dr Ahmad Nawaz Tunio, Chairman, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Sciences, the university spokesperson informed on Tuesday that experimental and practical work has been started to eliminate production capacity instead to kill the dogs. The work is the part of project to make the province rabies risk free by curbing the growing number of dogs, he said.

Dr Ahmad Nawaz Tunio, Chairman, Department of Surgery has started the work with his team in...

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