In 2018, the Singaporean government introduced the trap, neuter, release, manage (TNRM) scheme in collaboration with animal welfare groups as a more humane way to manage the stray dog population – instead of culling.
But trapping a dog is no easy task. These volunteers from Causes for Animals spent a year conditioning the stray dogs in Tuas to the pen.
The dogs are then sent to a vet to be sterilised, receive vaccines, be dewormed, micro chipped and assessed if they can be re-homed.
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