CBC permit vital for pet dogs in Clifton


Residents of Karachi’s Clifton won’t be allowed to keep pet dogs without getting them registered with the area’s cantonment board.

It is mandatory for people keeping pet dogs in their houses to register the animals with the Clifton Cantonment Board as per Section 119 of the Cantonment Act, 1924, a notification issued Thursday stated.

In the case of failure, the CBC shall take all necessary actions as per section 119 of the Cantonments Act, 1924 which includes detention or destruction of dogs, imposition of fines, legal action and remedies under the prevailing laws etc.

The decision was taken after two pet dogs in Defence’sKhayaban-e-Sehar attacked a lawyer earlier this week. Mirza Akhter was out on his morning walk when the animals charged on him and bit his hand.


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