Ban on Pitbull-Rotwiller, now Rs 5000 fine for keeping dangerous dogs

Dogs Ban: In Haryana’s Panchkula district, entry of dangerous dogs like Pitbull-Rottweiler has been banned. This resolution was passed in the general meeting of the Municipal Corporation under the chairmanship of Mayor Kulbhushan. Now, if dog lovers in the city keep these stray dogs in their homes, they will have to pay a fine of Rs 5000.

The proposal passed in the meeting also provides for punishment for defaulters. . However, no decision has been taken by the Municipal Corporation as to what this punishment will be. Some officials of the municipal corporation said that a decision will be taken soon about the punishment.

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On the lines of Kanpur, Panchkula Municipal Corporation has proposed this proposal. has passed Both have been banned by the Kanpur Municipal Corporation following incidents of attacks by Pitbull-Rottweiler (mixes). A fine of 5000 rupees has also been made in the Kanpur Municipal Corporation for keeping these two types of dogs in homes.

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Pitbull and Rottweiler are the most dangerous and feared breeds of dogs. Their weight is between 16 to 30 kg. Many countries of the world have banned keeping these dogs. Although pit bulls are still bred in many other countries, including the US, they require better training to prevent them from becoming aggressive.

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