Very many households in the country keep dogs. These dogs sometimes act as guards while some keep them as pets so as to avoid boredom.
However, you will sometimes find stray dogs roaming around aimlessly especially in the big cities. Such dogs may be carrying dangerous diseases such as rabies that are dangerous to humans when bitten.
That is why it is important to avoid angering the dogs or buying such animals from individuals who are not qualified in taking care of animals. When you buy a dog ensure that it is vaccinated against various animal diseases.
Recently, police officers stationed at Kingeero Police Station rescued six dogs that were being sold by the Roadside. This is according to a social post by KSPCA that read, "Yesterday, the Kenya Society for the Protection and Care of Animals, the County Government of Kiambu and the police of Kingeero successfully rescued six dogs that were being sold by the roadside at Ndenderu, around Kingeero Police Station, near Nairobi."
The social media post by KSPCA was followed by a photo showing a police officer dressed in a blue uniform and other Kiambu County government officials during the rescue operation.
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