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Title: The Changing Landscape of Stray Dog Management in Singapore
Authors: Stasha Wong
Tara Thean 
Keywords: Singapore
stray animal
stray dog
stakeholder management
non-governmental organisation
population control
public-private partnership
animal welfare
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2020
Citation: Stasha Wong, Tara Thean (2020-06-01). The Changing Landscape of Stray Dog Management in Singapore : 1-13. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Singapore's stray population had been difficult to manage throughout the country's history due to resource constraints, differing views on stay population control, and existing informal systems of stray dog "ownership". The five-year nationwide Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage programme for stray dogs, announced in 2017, was a major step in Singapore's stray dog management journey—one that involved collaboration between government and non-government actors. This case study discusses this collaboration and how it came about.
DOI: 10.25818/n1nv-d46k
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