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Q: Rottweiler is not allowed in shanghai ? how to register?

Hi All,

 

I would like to know that Some of High Breeds such as Rottweiler are not allowed to have as Pet in Shanghai ?

 

How can get License and Secure them ?

 

Is there anyone known who can sell it in your known ?

 

Thanks

 

5 years 19 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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Are you Mattaya on a med change? Let me guess, you don't really want a dog, just want to ask. You can not do this, so why ask? I think a rotty would scare you, get a cat or a pet chicken. The chicken will also act as alarm clock and if you get hungry no one will think you are cruel for eating it.

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Rotwailer, in Shanghai... wet dreams ? You wanna hold him in your tiny 20 sqm flat ? whole day until you come back home at 7pm ? what do you think he will do once you open the door for first time ?

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