Police Seize Pet Dogs From Beijing Homes

Police in Beijing have been confiscating large pet dogs, including golden retrievers, labradors, collies, and many other breeds according to an official notice.  Regulations from 2003 [zh] that labeled these breeds as...

Guangdong City's Dogs Face Uncertain Future

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...

Once Banned, Dogs Reflect China’s Rise

The New York Times looks at how the rise of pet ownership in Beijing heralds the rise of a new China: Twenty years ago, there were hardly any dogs in Beijing, and the few that were here stood a chance of landing on a dinner...

Chinese Put These Dogs On Pedestals

From USA Today: One is named Obama, another goes by Son of Bush. They charge tens of thousands of dollars for sex. Convoys of luxury cars, driven by fans, greet the most expensive studs at airports. Meet the canine gigolos — the...

AFP: Chinese own 150 million pet dogs

From AFP, via Once banned as a bourgeois luxury, pet ownership is becoming big business in China with one in every nine Chinese now owning a dog, the Chinese state press



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