Beijing Enforcing Ban on Dogs Taller Than 14 Inches

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"Fox & Friends" says Beijing is enforcing a ban on what they call "large and vicious dogs." Beijing has banned dogs taller
than 14 inches since 2003 but a rabies outbreak that killed 13 people last year caused police to be stricter in enforcing it. A video of police confiscating a dog has gone viral on Youku. 41 breeds of dogs are banned including Labradors, German Shepherds and Collies. Owners will be fined $815 and will have their dog taken away if discovered.

Beijing Enforcing Ban on Dogs Taller Than 14 Inches

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Cheryl Potter

To me it sounds like people want these dogs, but they do not want to take them in to get their rabies shots. PEOPLE, IF YOU WANT YOUR DOGS, TAKE THEM TO THE VET!!!! I see why 13 people died! There would not be a ban if you would do what you should be doing!! If you've got the money to buy your dogs, you've got the money to take them to get their IMPORTANT shot!!! Save lives!!

June 25 2013 at 10:31 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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