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City Hall workers are trained to pick up stray dogs safely (21/06/2018)

Three workers of the City of Bullas have received specific training in Occupational Risk Prevention applied to the position "Operator of collection and care of dogs."

The Councilor for Animal and Animal Welfare, Toñi Sola, says that the objective is "to specialize the municipal personnel in charge of this work, so that its realization takes place under optimal conditions of awareness, aptitude and health, since we are talking about the manipulation of abandoned / stray pets and / or animals that normally do not oppose the collection, but some more difficult cases can be solved.Our obligation is to protect our staff and also the animals, always looking for a balance. "

In addition to the handling of the animal, once picked up from the street and taken to the municipal facilities, the personnel in charge begins with the task of care, encompassing the maintenance and cleaning.

The Department of Animal Welfare is responsible for coordinating veterinary visits.

All this, together with the dissemination of the news, to get as soon as possible either the reunion of the pet with its owner, or a welcome or adoption.

"The City Council is still working on the line of achieving a complete social welfare in living with the animals" says the councilor who recalls the protocol to follow when we see an animal several days hanging around the street with clear signs of being abandoned:

1. Call the Local Police informing, who will go to the place to check if the animal is identified, if fortunately it is, the owner will be located to pick it up.

2. If it does not carry a chip, the Police initiates the collection protocol and the animal goes to the Town Hall facilities.

Next, it will be broadcast on Social Networks in case it has an owner or someone wants to adopt it.

The Campaign of Identification and Collection of Cacas is still valid, which will end on June 30th.

"If we have not yet identified our pets this is the time since the price of the service has been reduced to € 20 thanks to the veterinary clinics" explains Sola.

Once identified by the chip, they must register in the pet census that exists in our City Council.

As for the collection of excreta, it is recommended to leave with bags of surplus and always collect the poop.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas

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