I have been a barber for a decade now and it has been a great experience.
The barber has never had to deal with an animal that would come into his shop and bite him on the back of the neck.
However, we do occasionally have to deal in an animal, such as a cat, that is aggressive or territorial.
This happened to me once.
When we were doing a haircut at the shop near my workplace, a cat came into the shop and began scratching my head.
He kept chasing me and I was afraid he was going to bite me.
I quickly ran into the back office and told the manager about the situation.
She assured me that I should keep my distance and that I would have to call the police.
I was worried that the barber might not be able to work out what to do.
The police came and told me that the police had been called and they would investigate.
When I went to the police station, the officer told me the cat had been removed from the premises.
The inspector, who is from the animal control department, told me there had been a dispute and that they would be taking the cat to the vet.
The vet then took the cat back to the shop.
The cat was not injured.
It was returned to me and the owner.
The same thing happened to another barber when I went into the veterinary department.
When the police came, I was taken away by the inspector.
The owner was not involved.
So how can I ensure that my barber does not have to take a dog that might bite me on the neck?
It is better to take an animal from an animal control facility that has not bitten you.
There are a lot of people in this country who do not want their barbers to be responsible for the welfare of their pets.
I would rather take an unharmed cat to a vet that does not care about the welfare and the welfare can be an issue, especially in a small town like Jharkhand.