The neighbors of the La Canacinta subdivisions promised to look for a plot of land where the dogs can be properly cared for and will not disturb neighbors with barking
Neighbors of the Cerro Colorado subdivision complain about the noise of the dogs, and the bad conditions they are in.
Sofia Medeles/Domingo M. Flores (Ajijic, Jal.) – Neighbors of the residential areas of La Canacintra promised to look for a new piece of land for Chapala’s month-old dog shelter. They want to have the shelter relocated because they can no longer stand the round-the-clock barking of the fifty dogs currently housed there.
The neighbors cited the Regulations for Protection and Decent Treatment of the Municipality of Chapala, which stipulates that it is not permitted to have this type of shelter in residential areas.They met with Director of Ecology José Jaime Ibañez on July 28 at the Centro Cultural Antigua Presidencia to demand the shelter be moved out of the residential area.
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