The implementation of sustainable sterilization is the most effective way of addressing INDIES population that have exceeded the capacity of the local area. It benefits INDIES and the area in which they live.
Without Sterilization, homeless INDIES are either killed, neglected or die of various medical issues. Sterilization is critical for management of overpopulation and related disease control concerns. Sterilizing INDIES and releasing them to their respective area leaves the most social street dogs on the streets. It is observed that citizens who are neutral view sterilized dogs in a more friendly manner. It reduces the human and stray dog conflict.