The human-dog relationship, conflict and coexistence

A photo of a relaxed promenade. In the foreground, several free-living dogs rest alongside a crow. In the background, people sit or stand casually, paying little attention to the dogs.
Dasarathy, A., Srinivasan, K
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The article argues that sensationalized news stories about dog attacks and negative interactions between humans and free-living dogs do not represent the reality of most human-dog relationships. The authors propose a more nuanced approach that takes into account the local context, suggesting measures such as better public education about dog safety.

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