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Should Dogs Be Banned In Cities?
In cities, dogs can pose a health risk.
Dogs and cats are responsible for a quarter of the greenhouse emissions caused by animal agriculture
. Considering they do not provide food nor are necessary for survival in urban settings, the keeping of carnivores as pets is incredibly irresponsible from an environmental perspective.
Some people are allergic to them.
Dogs make people more fearful to the point it affects people's health.
Some dogs relieve themselves on the pavements and areas where there is human traffic.
Cities in general pose health risks due to the close proximity of humans in a small area. Dogs are not the only or biggest health risk here.