The Guntur Municipal Corporation is launching a drive to vaccinate stray dogs in an effort to reduce the prevalence of rabies and curtail the issue of stray dogs in the area.
The initiative, which will be undertaken in collaboration with animal welfare organisations, is aimed at protecting the safety of citizens and providing a humane solution to the growing number of stray dogs in the city.
The campaign will involve vaccinating the dogs against the rabies virus, as well as providing additional medical care for any illnesses or injuries the animals may have.
The Guntur Municipal Corporation has stated that it is committed to providing a safe environment for citizens through this initiative, and that it will take action against those responsible for any instances of animal cruelty.
The campaign will also include awareness programmes to educate people on the importance of responsible pet ownership, as well as the need to vaccinate their pets regularly.
The Corporation has announced that it will use technical and logistical expertise to ensure that the campaign is effective, and that it will work closely with animal welfare organisations to ensure the safety and well-being of the animals.
The success of the campaign will be determined by its ability to reduce the prevalence of rabies and the number of stray dogs in the area.
The Guntur Municipal Corporation has taken a proactive approach in addressing the issue of stray dogs and rabies, and is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for its citizens.