ENSENADA, Baja California(GH)
The vecera of the asociaciÃ3n, Ana Daniela GarcÃa-Salgado, mencionÃ3 that in January difundiÃ3 a video in which you can see as a horse suffers a fainting while I was pulling a frame full of people, also, last week it was announced that another horse cayÃ3 in the ground due to wear of its spurs.
â€œDesde that we received the first video we’ve focused on working on that topic, it is very sad to see that these horses are all day by making an effort to pull people, in the spare time they have you tied in the sun with the eyes covered, some even come desnutridosâ€�, signal alÃ3.
The rescuer comentÃ3 that in the prÃ3xima sesiÃ3n of the Council of ProtecciÃ3n Animal to the Municipality of Ensenada, plantearÃ¡n two options to improve the quality of life of the horses that are used for this purpose.
The first opciÃ3n would be to prohibit the use of calendaring as ocurriÃ3 in the State of Guerrero, when you consider that it is an activity of explotaciÃ3n animal, because horses do not receive the atenciÃ3n mÃ©medical care needed, not have a schedule that allows them to rest between rides, and the owners do not limit the weight you carry with you.
However, he said he is aware that it is an activity that represents the income of some families, and not looking to hurt the economÃa of these people.
â€œHay other options for tourism to enjoy this type of city tours, there are calenders that use motorbikes or bicycles, you can find the way through a federal remedy may lower a resource for acquiring equipment that allows them to continue developing their trabajoâ€�, considerÃ3.
The second opciÃ3n that presentarÃ to the council is to regulate the activity for which the horses have schedules specific, a mÃ©dico veterinario header and determine the weight that can be loaded.
â€œHemos seen that these horses come to pull the weight of families of six people and even overweight, we are talking of more than 500 kilos, that is quite an effort for an animal and is injustoâ€�, argumentÃ3.
The spokeswoman said that, unfortunately, MÃ©xico occupies the third place in maltreatment, however, the Cove has been a city with great advances in the subject, as in the administraciÃ3n past were banned circuses with animals, prohibiÃ3 the admission of minors to events where there are animals suffering as bullfights and approved fines for animal abuse.