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Registering Dogs in Beijing: How-to-Guide for Dog Owners PDF Print E-mail

REGISTERING DOGS IN BEIJING

 

 

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A Beijing Dog License issued by the Public Security Bureau (PSB)

 

Beijing Dog Registration Begins May 1st for 2019/2020

 

 

REGISTERING DOGS IN BEIJING: HOW-TO GUIDE FOR DOG OWNERS

 

 

ICVS is pleased to provide a summary of the regulations for registering dogs in Beijing municipality for dog owners. Regulations have been confirmed by the International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) from the laws and regulations on dog ownership and from our numerous interviews with the Public Security Bureau (PSB) and the Animal Husbandry Bureaus of Chaoyang, Shunyi and other districts.

 

 

All dogs are required to be registered by law in Beijing. First time dog registration may be done on any day of the year, but some PSB precincts may encourage owners to register after May 1st, when the new dog licensing period begins. Dogs licenses are valid from May 1st to April 30th of the following year. All dog licenses expire on April 30th each year. Owners must renew their dog licenses between May 1st and June 30th annually. New dog owners are strongly advised to REGISTER THEIR DOGS immediately if this has not yet been done. There are ongoing rounds of enforcement by the police. These enforcement rounds are part of the government’s efforts to regulate dog ownership and to ensure public health by checking for annual rabies vaccinations for all dogs. Enforcement has become more regular throughout the year but is normally stepped-up before major holidays (e.g., National Day, Chinese New Year, May Labor Day, etc.).

 

During these rounds of enforcement, the police will be looking for:

1). All unregistered dogs of any size

2). Large dogs living within the 8 districts of “strict enforcement of dog ownership regulations” (e.g., within 5th ring road)

 

OWNERS REGISTERING DOGS WITHIN 5TH RING ROAD

If you live within the districts of Chaoyang, Dongcheng, Xicheng, Chongwen, Xuanwu, Haidian, Fengtai, and Shijingshan, you must register your dog at your local police precinct (pai chu suo). Ask your management company or landlord or neighbors which "pai chu suo" oversees your neighborhood. Dogs residing and registered within these 8 districts may not be taller than 35-cms from ground to shoulder.

 

Only ONE DOG may be registered to each HOUSEHOLD address, with the dog usually under 35-cms (measured from ground to shoulder). There have been some dogs that are slightly taller than 35-cms that have still been approved and given registration licenses (e.g., up to 50-cms or more such as Beagles, Maltese, Poodles, Cockers, Bichon Frise, Mini Schnauzers, assorted Terriers, Shelties, Shiba Inus, small mixed breeds, etc.). This is up to the police officer on duty at the time to decide if your dog meets the height restriction. What the police will not allow are large dogs (some also classified as aggressive dogs) such as Collies, Dalmatians, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Great Danes, Huskies, Irish Wolfhounds, Labradors, Labradoodles, Malamutes, Newfoundlands, Rottweilers, St. Bernards, Mastiffs, etc. These breeds are all classified as large dogs and are not allowed to be owned/registered within the 8 districts roughly clustered within the 5th ring road. 

 

OWNERS OF MULTIPLE DOGS LIVING WITHIN 5TH RING ROAD

Each dog is registered to a HOUSEHOLD address (e.g., address on lease contract or property deed), NOT to an INDIVIDUAL (e.g., passport holder). 

If you own two (or more) dogs then you will need to find a relative or friend or colleague who will allow you to register your second dog using their household address. Please ensure this second household address has not already been used to register a dog.

 

 

For owners who have "large" dogs within 5th ring road, it is recommended to use another property address outside 5th ring road to register your dog. Make sure this property address outside the 5th ring road is approved by the PSB for registering large dogs. Districts outside 5th ring road where large dogs may be legally registered include Shunyi, Pinggu, Changping, Tongzhou, Huairou, Miyun, etc.

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS AT THE PUBLIC SECURITY BUREAU or “PAI CHU SUO” (May vary by “pai chu suo”)

 

When going to the PSB "pai chu suo," to register your dog, you may need to bring the following:

1). Your dog - police may want to see the dog on the initial visit if you are registering within the 5th ring road, but this seems to depend on each individual pai chu suo. Visit your pai chu suo in advance to inquire if you must bring your dog at the time of initial registration.

 

2). Two photos of your dog (one-inch passport size). Must be a front-facing head shot from the neck up.

 

3). Your original ID: Shen Fen Zheng or passport and foreigner household registration document (obtained from PSB and used to extend your China visa), etc.

 

4). Your LEASE for your rented apartment or your property deed if you own your home (remember, dogs are registered to the HOUSEHOLD address NOT to the passport of the owner)

 

5). Permission from your neighborhood watch committee (“Ju Wei Hui”) or management agent

 

6). CASH - Initial registration fee within the 8 major districts is RMB 1,000.00. Annual registration renewal thereafter is RMB 500.00. Fees may be lower in areas outside of the 8 districts (e.g, Shunyi, Pinggu, Changping, Tongzhou, Huairou, Miyun, etc.).

 

 

SPAY/NEUTER CERTIFICATES FOR DISCOUNTS ON DOG LICENSING FEES

If your dog is NOT YET REGISTERED and you are also planning on neutering/spaying him/her, then you may be entitled to a 50% discount (e.g., RMB 500.00) on the initial registration fee if you provide proof to the police station that your dog has been neutered/spayed by a legally registered and licensed ANIMAL HOSPITAL in Beijing. If your dog is ALREADY REGISTERED, you may be eligible for up to 40% discount (e.g. RMB 200.00) on your annual renewal fee. The spay/neuter discount is only given ONE time by the Public Security Bureau at the time of initial registration or registration renewal.

 

 

The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) is a legally registered and fully licensed animal hospital that is authorized to perform neuter/spay surgeries and to issue the official neuter/spay certificates. Owners can present these official neuter/spay certificates as proof to the police station. With the neuter/spay certificates, owners may receive up to 50% discount on the initial registration fee or a significant one-time discount on the registration renewal fee.

 

 

Please check with your animal hospital first before scheduling the neuter/spay surgery to ensure that it is legally registered and licensed to perform the surgeries and can provide official spay/neuter certificates. Most CLINICS are not legally authorized to perform surgeries in Beijing, nor are pet shops, breeders, dog training schools or grooming salons with an occasional visiting veterinarian. The police may not grant you the discount if you cannot produce an official spay/neuter certificate from a legally registered animal hospital in Beijing. Dogs that are neutered/spayed overseas are currently not eligible for the spay/neuter discount on registration.

 

DOG LICENSE ID CARD AND PAYMENT “FA PIAO”

Depending on the PSB precinct (pai chu suo), you would normally receive your dog's "picture ID license" within the month. Always keep the official “fa piao” (tax bureau receipt) from the pai chu suo. Until you receive the license, your “fa piao” is proof that your dog has been registered.

 

PROOF OF RABIES VACCINATION

Every dog in China is required by law to be rabies vaccinated annually. China does not recognize the 2-year or 3-year rabies vaccines given to dogs (or cats) that are used in the USA/Canada, EU and other countries.

 

 

For already registered dogs renewing their licenses, owners must present proof that the dog was rabies vaccinated during the past 12-months at an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital. Legally designated animal rabies vaccination hospitals can issue the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g., vaccination red book, also required for export) and an A4 paper certificate verifying rabies vaccination. Since January 2015, dogs vaccinated in Beijing municipality are also issued a rabies vaccination tag (see photos, below). The tag must be worn by all dogs on their collars. The color and shape of the rabies tag changes annually to allow easy verification that the vaccination is current.

 

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Owners with a valid dog license from Chaoyang District may bring in the license and the fa piao to ICVS and enjoy a FREE annual rabies vaccination and 50% discount on canine distemper vaccination. Owners with valid dog licenses from all other districts enjoy a 50% discount on rabies and canine distemper vaccinations at ICVS!

 

LEGALLY REGISTERED AND OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED ANIMAL RABIES VACCINATION HOSPITALS

Please ensure your pet hospital is an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital. Only officially licensed and designated animal vaccination hospitals are allowed to purchase and administer animal vaccines that are legally imported, registered with the State Food & Drug Administration (SFDA) and safe for pets. Designated animal vaccination hospitals must display a gold plaque issued by the Agricultural Bureau featuring the hospital’s “Vaccine License Number” (see photo, below). Unauthorized facilities such as pet shops, pet supplies retailers, online retailers, boarding kennels, grooming salons, dog training schools, non-designated/non-authorized animal clinics and hospitals are NOT approved to procure and administer legally registered vaccines. Please take caution as you may risk having your pets injected with products that may have been sourced through unsecured illegal channels. These products may be expired, counterfeit, or improperly stored and ineffective (e.g., non-refrigerated vaccines).

 

 

ICVS is a legally registered and officially designated animal vaccination and full service hospital in Chaoyang District and can provide rabies, distemper and other vaccinations for all pets. ICVS can issue the official vaccination red books, required for dog registration renewal and export, and the rabies vaccination collar tags.

 

 

 

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Official “Animal Rabies Vaccination Clinic” plaque at ICVS


 

DOG OWNERS LIVING OUTSIDE 5th RING ROAD

Many dog owners outside of 5th ring road, especially in the Shunyi villa areas, may be able to inquire with their management agents for assistance on registering dogs or at least obtaining guidance on the process. Dogs may be over 35-cms outside of the 8 major districts. Please check with your property management agent or local PSB precinct (pai chu suo) for confirmation.

 

 

Many of the villa operators have negotiated with local police precincts to allow their residents to register dogs (especially large dogs) to the villa compound. There are still registration processes and fees involved. Please contact your property management agent or neighborhood Public Security Bureau (pai chu suo) if you live outside the 5th ring road and are unsure about how to register your dog. 

 

 

Please be advised that there may be some residential compounds technically INSIDE 5th ring road that may not allow large dogs. Please ask the management agents or the local Public Security Bureau overseeing the area to verify if large dogs are allowed. It would be unfortunate to sign a lease only to later find out you cannot register your large dog in your compound.

 

CAT REGISTRATION

Cats and their owners may all breathe a collective sigh of relief that there is NO CAT REGISTRATION requirement in Beijing (for now!)

 

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND COUNSELING FOR PET OWNERS

Please call or email the International Center for Veterinary Services with any questions on dog registration, importing and exporting pets, microchipping, vaccinations, rabies antibody titre testing, rabies prevention and any animal health care or pet care issue.

 

ICVS is open daily:

Mon, Fri, Sat, Sun - 9AM to 6PM

Tues, Weds, Thurs - 9AM to 8PM

 

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International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS)

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

Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wangjing

Chaoyang District, Beijing  PRC  100102

 

北京新天地国际动物医院

 北京市朝阳区望京阜通西大街融科橄榄城商街13-16, 邮编:100102

   

 

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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.).

 

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


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All services provided in Mandarin and English.

 

 

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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.


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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.


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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.

 


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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.

 

 

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ICVS receives the 2016 Expat Life Award for Beijing's Best Veterinary Clinic! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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ICVS receives the 2016 Expat Life Award for Beijing's Best Veterinary Clinic!

 

We are deeply honored and humbled to receive this recognition from the international community. We will continue to work very hard to provide world-class healthcare, pet care services and humane animal welfare programs to improve the quality of life for our beloved pets and their families in China! Thank you so much for your wonderful and generous support from all of us at the International Center for Veterinary Services!

 

ICVS荣获2016国际人士生活奖“北京最佳动物医院”!我们为得到国际社会认可而感到万分荣幸。我们将继续努力向身在中国的畜主们提供世界级宠物医疗护理服务以提高宠物的生活水平。感谢您对北京新天地国际动物医院一如既往的支持!

 

 

 
Dog Registration Regulations - 2019/2020 Update PDF Print E-mail

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Dog Registration Regulations – 2019/2020 update on the laws in Beijing

 

Strict Enforcement of Dog Registration and Licensing in 2019

2019 is expected to be a year of strict enforcement for registering dogs. The government uses the dog licensing program to control and ensure rabies vaccinations for dogs. According to the Ministry of Health and WHO reports, the number of human rabies deaths in China is about 3,000 per year, with more than 95% of exposures resulting from dogs. In Beijing, the Ministry of Health reports rabies deaths has been on the rise, increasing from 4 confirmed deaths in 2014 to 8 confirmed deaths as of August 2015. All of these rabies fatalities were caused by exposures to dogs.

 

All dogs must be rabies vaccinated annually in China. China does not recognize the 3-year rabies vaccines from other countries. Registered dogs must show proof of a legal rabies vaccination within the past 12-months to renew registration. The PSBs in various districts are already sending police officers into residential neighborhoods to remind dog owners to register their dogs. Even though the official dog registration period is from May 1st to June 30th, the crackdowns have begun earlier each year. ICVS strongly recommends owners to register and renew dog licenses by May 31st. Any dog that is not licensed is classified as a stray dog. Once the official crackdown begins after May 31st, unlicensed dogs may be taken away on the spot by the PSB. Owners will have to pay the dog licensing fee and also a potential fine of up to RMB 5000.00.

 

To renew dog licenses, owners must prove that their dogs received a rabies vaccination from an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital within the past 12-months. The PSB will not renew your dog license without proof of rabies vaccination for your dog. Your official vaccination certificate known as the Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g., vaccination red book), should be brought to the PSB to verify your dog’s legal rabies vaccination. Some local hospitals are also issuing paper A4 rabies vaccination certificates which may also be used as proof of rabies vaccination at the PSB. Legally rabies vaccinated dogs are also required to wear the new rabies ID tag on their collars.

 

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Officially Designated Animal Rabies Vaccination Hospitals

Please ensure your pet is vaccinated at a legally registered and officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital. Only officially licensed and designated animal vaccination hospitals are allowed to purchase and administer animal vaccines that are legally imported, registered with the State Food & Drug Administration (SFDA) and safe for pets. Designated animal vaccination hospitals must display a gold plaque issued by the Agricultural Bureau featuring the hospital’s “Vaccine License Number” (see photo, below). Unauthorized facilities such as pet shops, pet product retailers, boarding kennels, grooming salons, dog training schools, non-designated animal clinics and pet hospitals are NOT permitted to procure and administer legally registered vaccines. Please take caution as you may risk having your pets injected with products that may have been sourced through unsecured illegal channels. These products may be expired, counterfeit, or improperly stored and ineffective (e.g., non-refrigerated vaccines). Pets that are vaccinated at non-designated rabies vaccination hospitals are not protected from rabies. More than 95% of the more than 3,000 annual human rabies deaths in China are traced back to dogs, most of whom were never vaccinated or were vaccinated at non-designated animal rabies vaccination hospitals.

 

 

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Official “Animal Rabies Vaccination Clinic” plaque at ICVS

 

 ICVS is a legally registered and officially designated animal vaccination and full service pet hospital in Chaoyang District and can provide rabies, distemper and all other vaccinations for all pets. ICVS can issue the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (e.g., vaccination red book) and the new rabies ID tags. The new rabies ID tags must be worn by all dogs and are issued together with the vaccination red books.

 

 The vaccination red book is an important legal document and is still required for dog registration and by the Quarantine Bureau to approve pets for overseas export or to take them to other cities. You no longer need to carry your vaccination red book with you when walking your dog as all dogs can now wear the rabies ID tag to prove legal rabies vaccinations.

 

 If you have a legally registered dog from any district in Beijing, bring your dog license ID card and your fa piao to enjoy 50% discounts on rabies and canine distemper vaccinations at ICVS!

 

 Dogs with valid dog licenses and fa piaos issued in Chaoyang District can enjoy a FREE annual rabies vaccination at ICVS AND 50% discount on the canine distemper vaccination.

 

 

Carrying Your Dog Licenses

Owners should carry their dog licenses with them when walking dogs or at least a photo copy of the dog license. If your dog license ID card has not been issued yet or if you are awaiting a replacement ID card, carry a copy of your “fa piao” that you received at the time of payment for the registration and licensing fee. The “fa piao” serves as proof that your dog is legally registered. During the dog registration drive and ensuing crackdown period, all persons walking dogs should carry a valid dog license or the “fa piao.” The PSB have in the past taken dogs away if the owners could not produce a valid dog license or fa piao on the spot.

 

Official Dog registration and licensing period in Beijing:

  • All dogs in Beijing municipality must be registered. There are no exceptions. The law applies to dogs owned by diplomats as well as to service dogs
  • For NEW dogs (never previously registered): Pet owners may register newly adopted or imported dogs anytime after January 1st. Please inquire with your local Public Security Bureau (PSB) to register your new dog. The registration will be valid from the date of registration payment until April 30, 2020
  • For dogs that are already registered: The registration renewal period for all dogs in BJ municipality runs from May 1st - June 30th each year. The renewed dog license will be valid this year from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2020
  • The Public Security Bureau (PSB) administers dog registrations and issues licenses. Please check with your local PSB if you have any specific questions concerning registration of dogs in your neighborhood. Each local PSB precinct (Pai Chu Suo) will have the final say on registration of dogs within their neighborhoods.

 

Microchipping:

  • There is no municipality-wide microchipping requirement in Beijing for dog registration purposes. However, microchipping your pets (dogs and cats) is strongly recommended as it allows owners to prove ownership and also has helped lost and found pets be reunited with their families
  • Any dog or cat that will eventually depart China for overseas travel must be microchipped for export
  • For identification purposes, owners are recommended to attach a Pet ID tag to the collar with the mobile phone number engraved on the tag, even if the pet is already microchipped
  • ICVS can custom-engrave Pet ID tags for pet owners on-site within minutes
  • ICVS offers microchipping services for all pets with the official European Union ISO 11784/11785 standard microchips imported from Germany. These microchips are accepted by the EU and all oother countries. Please contact ICVS for more information about microchipping services.

 

Size Restrictions on Dogs and Registering Multiple Dogs:

  • Dogs registered within the 8 major districts of Beijing Municipality (e.g., Chaoyang, Dongcheng, Xicheng, Chongwen, Xuanwu, Haidian, Fengtai, and Shijingshan) must not be taller than 35-cm from the ground to shoulder
  • Only one dog may be registered per household address. If you own multiple dogs, you will need a second household address to register the second dog
  • The Beijing municipal government has also issued a list of 40 breeds of dogs deemed "aggressive" that may not be registered under any circumstances within the 8 districts of strict dog ownership enforcement. Please contact ICVS if you wish to check if your dog may be listed as a banned breed.

 

Initial Registration of your Dog:

  • If you are registering your dog for the very first time, you usually DO NOT NEED TO SHOW PROOF OF RABIES VACCINATION to the PSB. Explain to the police that you are registering your dog FOR THE FIRST TIME
  • The PSB’s assumption is that newly adopted dogs or puppies have not yet been rabies vaccinated by the new owner. Once you pay the registration fee and receive your license, you are eligible to go to an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital for a FREE or significantly discounted rabies vaccination
  • The International Center for Veterinary Services (ICVS) is an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital. Dogs registered in Chaoyang District are eligible for a FREE rabies vaccination with proof of valid license and the “fa piao” (official receipt) from the PSB
  • All registered dogs with valid licenses from any other districts are eligible for discounted rabies and other vaccinations. This is part of ICVS’ program to encourage dog owners to register their dogs. The law requires all dogs in China to be rabies vaccinated each year. China does NOT recognize the 3-year animal rabies vaccines used by other countries
  • If your dog is spayed or neutered at an officially licensed and registered animal hospital such as ICVS, the hospital can issue you an official BJ “Spay/Neuter Certificate.” This spay/neuter certificate entitles the owner up to a 50% discount on the initial registration fee at the PSB (e.g., RMB 1,000.00 initial fee, reduced to RMB 500.00).

 

Annual Renewal of Dog Registration Licenses:

  • If you have already registered your dog last year, please ensure that you renew the registration for 2019/2020
  • All registered dogs must have their registrations renewed during May 1st - June 30th each year
  • If you spayed or neutered your dog after the initial registration, your official “Spay/Neuter Certificate” from ICVS will entitle you to a discount (e.g., up to RMB 200.00) on the registration renewal fee at the PSB. Check with your local PSB for details and restrictions
  • To RENEW the license, you will need to prove to your local PSB that your dog has been vaccinated for rabies at an officially designated animal rabies vaccination hospital. The PSB will ask you for the official Beijing Animal Health and Immunity Certificate (vaccination red book) before renewing the license
  • For step-by-step instructions on how to “Register Dogs in Beijing,” please see the full document at:

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Please contact ICVS with any questions or concerns about registering dogs in Beijing:

Tel: (010) 8456-1939/1940

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www.ICVSASIA.com

ICVS Official WeChat: ICVSCHINA

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International Center for Veterinary Services

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

Fu Tong Xi Da Jie, Wangjing

Chaoyang District, Beijing, PRC 100102

 

 

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Tibetan Mastiff Rescue at ICVS- Your suport is needed! PDF Print E-mail

 

 

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ICVS veterinarian, Dr. Wang, examining a rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Every year hundreds of thousands of dogs are being slaughtered for

their meat, fur and skin in China. Many of these dogs are abandoned

strays, stolen pets and discarded dogs that could not be sold by breeders.

Kept in desperate conditions without food and water for days, the dogs

are loaded into cramped cages on trucks to be sent to slaughterhouses

across the country.

 

In February 2015, about 150 large dogs were found on a truck in

North China, destined for the dog meat markets. On board this truck

were 20 Tibetan Mastiffs. A group of volunteers rescued the dogs

and the surviving animals were sent to shelters in several cities in

North China.

 

ICVS is working with the rescue volunteers and a local shelter to

provide medical care and treatment and to find adoption families

for 8 of these beautiful Tibetan Mastiffs.

 

 

 

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"Blackie," rescued Tibetan Mastiff recuperating at ICVS after wound treatment and spay surgery.

 

The Tibetan Mastiffs under our care are in need of vaccinations,

flea and tick treatments, microchipping, neutering/spaying and

medical treatment and surgeries for injuries, wounds and other

treatable health issues.

 

ICVS is donating the skills and services of our veterinary surgeons,

veterinary technicians, administration and management staff and

our facilities in the care and treatment of these Tibetan Mastiffs

and the many stray/rescued/abandoned pets that we care for

every year. We need the help of the community to please donate

funds towards the cost of medical supplies, drugs, vaccines and

nutritious pet foods to care for these beautiful animals.

 

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ICVS volunteer, Karen Donaldson, and Ms. Zhang with rescued Tibetan Mastiff at the shelter.

 

Our rescue work and the plight of these amazing Tibetan Mastiffs

are featured in The New York Times (VPN required in China).

 

Please click HERE to read the full New York Times article on

the ICVS web site.

 

Donations may be made through Paypal on the ICVS web site:

www.ICVSASIA.com

 

Thank you very much for your kind and generous support!

Mary Peng

CEO & Founder

International Center for Veterinary Services

 

 

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