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In this remote Hamalayan kingdom where gross national happiness is measured instead of gross national product, the street dog population has boomed. People officially don't own the dogs, but neighborhoods band together to feed them. Over the decades, less-than-ideal measures have been taken to reduce the numbers. Now Humane Society International is working with government officials to spay/neuter and vaccinate close to fifty thousand dogs throughout Bhutan.

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In this remote Hamalayan kingdom where gross national happiness is measured instead of gross national product, the street dog population has boomed. People officially don't own the dogs, but neighborhoods band together to feed them. Over the decades, less-than-ideal measures have been taken to reduce the numbers. Now Humane Society International is working with government officials to spay/neuter and vaccinate close to fifty thousand dogs throughout Bhutan.

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