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Pakistan: Dogs who mutilated lawyer in an upscale neighborhood, suppressed with deadly injections

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Pakistan: An agreement was met between the pets owner, Humayun Khan, and the victim, Mirza Akhtar Ali. The main clause stated to euthanize the dogs.

The two German shepherds who mutilated a lawyer in an upscale neighborhood in Pakistan, Khyaban-e-Rahat, DHA Phase-VI were slaughtered with lethal injections in accordance with the agreement between the animal’s owner, Humayun Khan, and the victim, Mirza Akhtar Ali.

The incident happened while Ali was taking a morning walk last month.

CCTV in the area captured the attack which shows the dog leaping at the lawyer. It was only after the intervention of Khan’s son that the dogs let go of Mirza Ali who was seriously injured and was bleeding despite the masters’ best efforts to keep the dogs away.

According to the Tribune report, in the notarized report, the lawyer agreed for God’s sake to forgive Khan. The main clause of the deal shared by the Tribune is that the two dogs involved in the attack will be immediately euthanized and if Khan has any other dogs he must donate them.

Human rights activists call the deal between the two sides absurd, according to a Tribune report.

Another condition of the agreement states that the dog owner will register all other dogs with the Clifton Cantonment Board (CBC) and will not leave any other companion dogs on the street unless they are with a ‘properly trained handler. », Kept on a leash and muzzled.

The final clause is a donation of Rs 1 million to a local animal shelter.

Reacting to the incident, animal rescue NGO – Creatures Comfort – SASCAP (Strays Animals Safety and Caring Aid Providers) said in a series of tweets that there are many other ways to deal with the situation.

The group stated how trainers had confirmed that ‘the dogs were not mentally ill. However, the incident that occurred could have been handled in a million ways starting from the rescuer communities that offered to help’.

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