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Special Message from Will and Jada Smith to Adopt Pets! PDF Print E-mail


A Special Message from Will and Jada Smith to Please Adopt Pets!



Jada P. Smith with adopted puppy "Xiao Yong" and Willow Smith petting a kitten for adoption held by Dr. Zenithson Ng of ICVS. Mary Peng, Co-founder of ICVS, holds a special message from Jada and Willow encouraging pet adoption!

American actors Will and Jada Smith and their children, Willow and Jaden, rescued and adopted a beautiful little abandoned puppy they found in Beijing while son Jaden was filming “The Karate Kid.” The newest member of the Smith family has been named “Xiao Yong” (“Brave Little One”) and is cute and friendly, and very loving!

While visiting ICVS and learning about the Trap-Neuter-Return program, Jada and Willow also fell in love with two stray kittens, Efigenio and Bonafacio, that were rescued from the compound of the Embassy of Portugal by the Ambassador and his wife.


"Efigenio Smith" (white cat) and "Bonifacio Smith" (yellow and white cat)

All three pets were adopted in Beijing and brought to the USA by the Smith family. Xiao Yong, Bonifacio and Efigenio Smith are three beautiful stray animals that were adopted and given a wonderful new life in a loving forever home!

Jada and Willow send everyone a special message to please consider adopting the many wonderful available pets needing loving forever homes:

“There are so many animals that need to be adopted. There are so many animals that need a home. But mostly, there is an animal that needs your love!” – Jada P. Smith

“There are some animals that need to be adopted and we can help. And they need your love!” – Willow Smith

Please visit the “Adoptable Pets” page on the ICVS web site to find the perfect pet for you!

Please also contact ICVS for information about qualified animal shelters, animal rescue volunteers and families with pets that need to be rehomed in your neighborhood.

ICVS Telephone: 8456-1939/1940

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ICVS Online Dog Registration Q&A Session For Beijing Dog Owners - April 10, 2021, 3-4 PM PDF Print E-mail




"Registering Dogs in Beijing Q&A" 

Online Information Session For Dog Owners

April 10, 2021, 3-4 PM



The Beijing dog registration drive is underway! All Beijing registered dogs who are licensed must renew their dog licenses between May 1st to June 30th for the 2021/2022 registration period. New dogs may also be registered now!


Are you wondering how to register your dog in Beijing? What are the size restrictions for dogs? Where may you legally register large dogs in Beijing? What are the legal risks if your dog is not registered? If you are trying to register your dog and unsure of the laws and regulations, join the ICVS FREE online Q&A session for dog owners in Beijing. We will help you clarify the process and advise you of documents needed to register dogs. If you are facing difficulty with registering your dog, we will help you trouble shoot so you can find a solution to get your dog registered! 


Come join the experts from ICVS as we share step-by-step instructions on the dog registration process and review the rights and responsibilities of dog owners in Beijing!


“Registering Dogs in Beijing Online Q&A Session" 


Date:    Saturday, April 10, 2021    

Time:   3:00 PM to 4:00 PM        

Place:   Online with the International Center for Veterinary Services  


This session is FREE!  Registration is required. 


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Questions ICVS will answer during the Q&A:


  • Is registering dogs mandatory?

  • How do I register my dog?

  • What documents do I need to register my dog?

  • My local police station told me they could not register my dog because I am a diplomat. How do diplomats register their dogs in Beijing?

  • I have been trying to register my dog since January. The police keep telling me to come back later. When can I register my dog?

  • My dog is not rabies vaccinated yet. Can I register my dog?

  • My local police station has not given me my dog license card and it has been months already. What can I do?

  • I moved to a new apartment. Do I need to re-register my dog?

  • I won’t be able to register my dog until after the dog registration period is over on June 30th. Will this be a problem?

  • I live outside the 5th ring road but my local police said my dog is over 35 cm and won’t register him. What can I do?

  • What happens if my neighbors report my dog to the police?

  • I have a large dog inside the 5th ring road. My dog does not have a license. What happens if the police visits my apartment?

  • I have two dogs. How do I register both my dogs?

  • What happens if my dog bites another dog or person?

  • My dog gave a friendly lick to a bystander and now the bystander says he has been “bitten” by my dog. What do I do?

  • What happens to my dog if the police take him/her away?

  • My dog often barks at other dogs outside. A neighbor said my dog has to wear a muzzle. Is this true?

  • Can I let my dog run off leash in the dog park inside my compound?

  • Can I bring my dog to the park? Can he run off leash?

  • I am moving to a new compound that has lots of large dogs. My large dog should be safe in this compound, right?



Is your dog ready to be spayed or neutered?


All dogs spayed and neutered at ICVS will receive an official spay/neuter certificate that entitles the owner to a discount of up to 50% (e.g., RMB 500.00) on the initial dog registration fee and up to 40% discount  (RMB 200.00) on the licensing renewal fee at the Public Security Bureau.

ICVS is delighted to provide the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g., vaccination red book) for all pets that are rabies vaccinated at ICVS. The official vaccination red book is required to renew dog licenses, relocate to other cities and to take pets out of China.


Please contact ICVS for more information on registering dogs, FREE rabies vaccinations for registered dogs, spay/neuter certificates and all other animal healthcare and pet care services.



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Welcome to ICVS! PDF Print E-mail

The International Center for Veterinary Services is a legally registered, full service international standard animal hospital and pet care facility.

Services include vaccinations, dermatology, internal medicine, orthopedics, hospitalization, all surgeries (including neutering/spaying, soft tissue and orthopedic), dentals, radiology, ultrasound, laboratory diagnostics (complete blood counts, blood chemistry, stool and urine exams, toxoplasmosis titre testing, etc.), preventive healthcare (heartworm testing and preventives, feline leukemia and FIV testing, etc.), nutrition counseling and alternative/complementary medicine (acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chinese herbs, etc.).





In addition to health care services, grooming, behavior counseling, obedience training, boarding, doggie day care, SAFE pet foods and pet care accessories are available.



All services provided in Mandarin and English.





We recognize that for our clients, pets are important members of the family. Our goal is to provide the very best in veterinary services and holistic healthcare for your pets.



ICVS offers a unique knowledge exchange program bringing foreign and local vets together to improve upon leading global medical practice skills and also professional ethics though daily practice. Veterinarians and veterinary technicians at ICVS follow medical protocols that meet or exceed standards set by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the European veterinary medical associations.


ICVS is a leader in the development of non-profit programs aiding animal shelters and animal rescue organizations and also works with governments to facilitate the institution of humane animal protection laws.




ICVS introduced the first structured TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program using the same global best practices adopted by the Humane Society International 110_f_4566762_6vjovdthw5ivnuypsik1yt28cdznnjakand the ASPCA. TNR workshops are provided free to local communities, providing a humane & effective solution to reduce number of the stray cats and dogs while improving public health and safety.



ICVS provides comprehensive free education for pet owners on all aspects of pet care, empowering owners with knowledge needed to provide a healthy and happy life for their pets and enriching their families. Owner education also helps reduce the incidents of animal abuse and abandonment.



ICVS works with local and international schools to bring the values of protecting and respecting other species to future generations.110_f_1318695_2p9ay7eolzej6mvaohlesfyr1bydva

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Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940

Mobile Hotline: (86) 138 1028 0259

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Fax: (010) 8456-1940



NEW Location in Wangjing:

No. 13-16 Rong Ke Gan Lan Cheng Shang Jie

Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wang Jing

Chaoyang District, Beijing, PRC 100102



ICVS Is Open Daily!



Chinese New Year

Operating Hours: 

Feb. 11, 12, 13:

Closed to the Public



Regular Operating Hours Resume:

February 14, 2021

Daily: 9AM to 6PM


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