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Q: DDA (dangerous dogs act) in China?

http://society.people.com.cn/BIG5/n/2013/0603/c1008-21721060.html

Pictures of the forty banned breeds. Collies? Really?

 

Apparently there has been a big crack down in Beijing.

http://www.thebeijinger.com/blog/2013/06/15/dangerous-dogs-beijing-set-l...

6 years 29 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Other cities

 
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Major cities do set limits on dog sizes in addition to "dangerous" breeds. Beijing has different limits according to where in the city you live. Guangzhou has size/weight limits. Although less likely to bite than poodles, collies can grow quite large.

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I think they translated that wrong, it should read Delicious Dog Act. My GF lost her Collie in Guilin. I think it was killed for meat. I have a Collie at home. These dogs aren't vicious, they don't even have a scary bark like a Sheppard, they yelp. Afghans are stupid. Burmese Mountain Dogs and Border Collies aren't vicious.

 Little dogs are the ones that act all mean and bark at people. My GFs Collie was just plain claim when out walking, same as mine, never pulls on a leash and my dog wants to kiss everyone, well most people. I'm sure she wouldn't like Sparkey either.

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