The answer is, probably not. But if you think you may need to keep a dog in the house all day, then it’s probably worth thinking about adopting a leashless and walker-proof dog.
“In a country where every person has a dog and where the dogs of the country own all the dogs in the country, dogs are not considered a species,” said the Humane Society’s chief scientific officer, Dr. David Tovey, in a 2006 report. “As long as dogs are able to walk in some manner—be they walking, climbing, jumping—there is no threat to any other dog in the community.”
And if you don’t live in a country like that (or if you’re like millions of Americans who don’t—we’ll leave it for you to explain why you are crazy if you do), your dog is probably fine. If he wants to run around all day as long as you let him, that’s fine. There is nothing wrong with your dog in that sense.
But there’s nothing wrong with getting used to having him at home. So if you do decide to get another dog, and you’ve read about the dangers of walking dogs at all hours of the day because they bite, stay away from those puppies for a while.
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In a country where the government is widely suspected of corruption, the Prime Minister has made a special initiative for India-born Indians in the world — a policy of “inclusion” and “prestige-inclination” based on their “social and historical” connections with India.
Sajjan Kumar by his wife, Kiran Kumar Gokhale; sources
The policy was recently put out by the ministry of external affairs, through a press release issued on December 20, 2012.
The statement said, “India is home to a huge diaspora, both from India and abroad, many of them residing in the country. The Prime Minister is committed to ensuring that the benefits of social and historical ties with the country are well understood and reciprocated by the Indians residing abroad.”
In addition, PM Modi had written an open letter to India-born Indians in the world, in which, among other things, he said “a large number of Indian-born and working professionals living abroad are doing
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