In the Chinese city introduced the rule “one family — one dog”

Authorities in the Chinese city of Qingdao has introduced restrictions on the content of the residents dogs. About it reports The South China Morning Post.

It is noted that now every family should have no more than one animal. In addition, prohibited content is about 40 breeds of dogs. Among them Tibetan mastiffs, Dobermans and pit bulls.

From June 8, dog owners must register their Pets by age, color and breed.

With those who have more than one dog, will levy a fine in the amount from 500 to 2000 yuan (from 74 to 295 dollars). If the offense continues, a pet confiscated.

Those who already have more than one dog will be allowed to keep all of your Pets.

In China, there are about 100 million Pets, two thirds of them are dogs. Previously in other cities of the PRC has already introduced restrictions on dogs. So, in Harbin in 2009 it is forbidden to keep dogs longer than 70 centimeters and a height of 50 centimeters.