China sets "one roof, one dog" policy to cut down on strays

05/17/2011 | (China)

The Chinese government has lowered the cost for citizens to register their dogs and established a one-dog-per-household limit in an effort to curb the growing problem of strays in the streets. The lower fees please some single-pet households, but families that already own more than one dog are worried. "I have three unregistered dogs. They have been with me for five years. They are family to me, I can't just give one of them up," one owner said.

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