BAGUIO

Is microchip the solution?

BAGUIO. Hungry and abandoned, a stray dog searches for food in trash along the road. Baguio City is eyeing to require implanting of microchips to dogs. The plan will help decrease the city’s stray dog population and lessen problems they cause such as dog bites, scattering of garbage and poop along pathways. (Jean Nicole Cortes)

BAGUIO. Hungry and abandoned, a stray dog searches for food in trash along the road. Baguio City is eyeing to require implanting of microchips to dogs. The plan will help decrease the city’s stray dog population and lessen problems they cause such as dog bites, scattering of garbage and poop along pathways. (Jean Nicole Cortes)


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