Stray Dogs in Worcester on the Rise
The number of stray dogs in Worcester, Massachusetts is on the rise, according to the city’s animal control warden. The warden, who has been on the job for over a decade, says that the number of stray dogs in the city has been steadily increasing over the past few years.
The warden attributes the rise in stray dogs to a number of factors, including the city’s growing population and the influx of people moving to the area. He also believes that the lack of spaying and neutering of pets is a contributing factor.
The warden has seen an increase in the number of stray dogs in the city, particularly in the downtown area. He says that the dogs are often found roaming the streets, scavenging for food and shelter. He also notes that the dogs are often malnourished and in need of medical attention.
The warden is urging residents to be aware of the situation and to take steps to help reduce the number of stray dogs in the city. He recommends that pet owners spay and neuter their pets, as well as keep them properly contained. He also suggests that people who find stray dogs should contact animal control or a local animal shelter to help the animal find a home.
The warden is hopeful that the number of stray dogs in Worcester will decrease in the near future. He believes that with the help of the community, the city can make a difference in the lives of these animals.