A million stray dogs 'victims of Greek debt crisis'

Among the many problems brought on by the Greek debt crisis is a surging population of stray dogs.

Animal charities say there are now more than a million strays in Greece because people are simply abandoning pets they can no longer afford to keep.

There are fears it could lead to the spread of disease if the problem is not tackled soon, as Emilia Papadopoulos reports.

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