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How old are you?What is your gender?What is your race?What is your religion?Do you own a pet dog?Where did you adopt it from? (Own a pet dog)Would you like to adopt one? (Do NOT own a pet dog)Where would you adopt it from? (Do NOT own a pet dog)What do you think about stray dogsHow often do you see stray dogs?What is your perception on stray dogs?When you see a stray dog, what are your immediate thoughts/actions?What would you do if you see someone abuse/mistreat a stray dog?Have you had any bad experiences with stray dogs before?If you had a bad experience, why do you think they behave this way?Will you consider adopting a stray dog now?Why? (will consider adopting a stray dog)Why not? (will NOT consider adopting a stray dog)
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7 13> (32%)18 Male (49%)24 Chinese (65%)7 Christianity (32%)9 Yes (24%)7 Pet Shops (78%)17 Yes (59%)13 Pet Shops (37%)2 Hate them alot (5%)6 Never (16%)I don't think they should be culled or anything, I think that more people should step up to adopt them instead of giving them hate.I would normally walk further away from it, incase they carry diseases or whatever. But, after that, I would call the SPCA. I would not hesitate to call a police/stomp them/tell them off and then send the dog to a vet.4 Yes (11%)They behave this way, maybe they were abused by their owners or public. People say "attack is the best defence" I think they are attacking others, to protect itself20 Yes (53%)Because I extremely love dogs and i know exactly how to take care of them. But right now as i am still studying, I do not have the time to take good care and give a pet a lot of attention, love and affection.Because I have 2 young kids who will not be able to look after a dog. Furthermore, stray dogs have not been trained before (assume), so it would be difficult to look after and train a dog when it has not been trained from young.
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26 13-16 (45%)19 Female (51%)7 Indian (19%)1 Taoist (5%)29 No (76%)1 Animal Welfare (11%)12 No (41%)12 Animal Welfare Organisations (34%)3 Don't like them (8%)21 Very Little (55%)PitifulAvoid it I would contact SPCA. Abusing animals is a bad thing to do. No one should do that because they have no home to go to34 No (89%)They behave this way because they think everyone hates them and they feel that they are being attacked by everyone.18 No (47%)Stray dogs deserve a home to stay. Plus, after treating in SPCA, they are clean and healthy. There is nothing wrong with them. The problem lies only with the owners(me). It depends if I have the time, the responsibility, if I'm allergic to them.Mostly hard to train and I am allergic to their fur.
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2 31-40 (9%)6 Others (16%)3 Hinduism (14%)1 Other Owners (11%)7 Other Owners (20%)14 Neutral (37%)8 Sometimes (21%)Really lonely dogs that require care and love.Stop the guy asap They feel insecure and are afraid that people will abuse/kill them.Because I believe that even though it is a dog, it should be given full attention and care like a human beingNo resources or space to have a dog.
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2 41-50 (9%)9 Free-Thinker (40%)3 Street (Go to the vet after finding it) (9%)9 Like them (24%)3 Often (8%)They do not deserve to be in this state. It is their irresponsible owners that ditched them on the street. If it is a kid that's smaller than my age, i will reprimand him, but if the person is older than me, i will take a picture and stop him, bringing him to shameI feel like giving the stray dog a home so that it won't have to suffer anymore.
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1 50< (5%)2 Buddhist (9%)10 Love them (26%)0 Very Often (0%)As long as they do not attack humans, I'm generally fine with them
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