Jiangmen authorities have backed down, for now, after warning pet owners in three city districts that any dogs found in public after August 26th would be seized and possibly killed. From the Global Times’ original report...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 10, 2006
From the New York Times: It was late last month, the boy said, his voice still tinged with emotion, when he and his father were forced to march their two German shepherds to a public square
by Sophia Cao | Aug 8, 2006
From Guardian Unlimited: A Chinese city has ordered the destruction of all dogs within a three-mile radius of a rabies outbreak – the second major cull in less than a week. Officials