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Regional realities : Impact of stray dogs and cats on the community Impact on economy , including tourism Impact on livestock , wildlife and the environment

@inproceedings{Trotman2007RegionalR,
  title={Regional realities : Impact of stray dogs and cats on the community Impact on economy , including tourism Impact on livestock , wildlife and the environment},
  author={Mark Trotman and H. J. Brown},
  year={2007}
}
Most statistics from animal control agencies in the Caribbean on the number of stray dogs rescued annually will show that initially there is a significant decline in numbers followed within a few years by a levelling off, after which, the numbers remain relatively constant. While this may be interpreted in many ways, I believe that a reason for this is because a very high percentage of “stray” dogs are actually owned animals that are allowed to roam. When they are captured / rescued and… Expand
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