The Regulations of Shenzhen Municipality on the Administration of Keeping Dogs states that it is forbidden to raise strong dogs and other prohibited breeds in residential areas, commercial areas, and industrial parks. The penalty for having these types of dogs is a fine of up to five thousand yuan and confiscation of the dogs. 

 

PROHIBITED DOGS PUBLISHED BY THE SHENZHEN CITY ADMINISTRATION BUREAU AND THE NANSHAN DISTRICT CITY ADMINISTRATION LAW ENFORCEMENT BUREAU OF SHENZHEN

List of Dogs Prohibited as Pets in Shenzhen, China

 


This article is part of the Laws & Regulations Section of ShekouDaily. It is meant to serve as a guide to help foreigners understand their responsibilities and rights in China in regards to the laws. It is important to understand that there is often a difference between what the law is and how it is enforced. The information provided in this section relates to what the laws are and how they are enforced in most parts of Shekou. For more details please contact a lawyer or the Management and Service Center for Expats.

 

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