In a bold and unprecedented move, the Turkish government has passed a new law that mandates all dogs to attend school. Under this new law, dogs without a diploma will be banned from walking on the streets.
The law has sparked outrage among dog owners and animal rights activists, who argue that it is inhumane and unnecessary to force dogs to attend school.
According to government officials, the purpose of this law is to ensure that all dogs are well-behaved and trained to obey their owners. The curriculum of the dog school includes obedience training, socialization skills, and basic hygiene.
Dog owners must enroll their pets in a certified dog school and ensure that they pass all exams before they can be issued a diploma. Failure to comply with the law will result in fines and even imprisonment.
While some dog owners are embracing the new law as a way to ensure that their furry friends are well-behaved, others are protesting against it, saying that it is a violation of animal rights.
Animal rights groups have called for the Turkish government to reconsider the law and to find a more humane way to ensure that all dogs are well-behaved and properly trained. The debate over this new law is sure to continue in the coming months, as dog owners and animal rights activists continue to voice their opinions on this controversial issue.