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General Regulations on Management Policies of Pet Industry A

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General Provisions on Management Policies of Foreign Pet Industry
 
Jinan Pet Show and Qingdao Pet Show share with you: At present, China's domestic pet industry is developing rapidly, and people are most concerned about the things around them.  Have people in the pet industry ever understood how the management policies and scale of the foreign pet industry have developed?  The following are the relevant policies on pet management in various countries, hoping to give some enlightenment to people concerned with the pet industry.
 
I effective government management-Canada
Pets kept in Canada should register at the city hall and obtain a license.  Generally, the registration fee for dogs and cats within one year old is 10 Canadian dollars (1 Canadian dollar is about RMB 5.6 yuan), while the registration fee for dogs and cats over one year old is 15 to 25 Canadian dollars.  The registration fee for sterilized pets is $15, and that for non-sterilized pets is $25.  After registration, the owner can get information and regulations about pets.
In general, except for fierce pets, which must be insured, ordinary pets must be vaccinated every year.  Chain and excrement bag must be brought out of the house.  The police will impose a fine of 80 Canadian dollars if they find that the owner did not remove excrement in violation of regulations.
Canada also has specific regulations on the number of pets to be kept, such as two for apartment buildings and three for villas.
In addition, pet owners are not allowed to abandon or abuse their pets at will, or they will be prosecuted in court.
Canada's pet service is first class.  Every city has many pet food and supplies shops, schools, beauty salons, hotels, shelters, clubs, etc.  The pets in the shelter are long-term orphans, but they are healthy and have been readjusted.  People who go to shelters to adopt pets also have to register and join clubs.
Stray dogs are rarely seen in any Canadian city, and dirt such as dog poop is not seen in most public places. This is due to the effective management of the government.
 
II. Pet Paradise-France
France is a paradise for pets. People love dogs like companions and family members.
In France, pet dogs and cats must register, file and apply for health cards.  Like humans, dogs have identification numbers and are tattooed on their bodies by veterinarians.  If the dog accidentally runs away or has an accident, the relevant department can inform the owner through the data stored in the computer.
In the relevant laws and regulations for pet dogs, only 15 kinds of aggressive dogs, such as bullheaded mastiff, are required to be strict, with more restrictions than the average pet dog.  The owner of a "Class I dog" must be an adult over 18 years old, have no criminal record, and must register with the municipal government and be covered by civil liability insurance.
According to the regulations, the owner of a pet dog should take the dog to be vaccinated. He usually leads the dog around the streets and alleys to pack up the excrement in time.
If a lost pet dog or cat is found, the municipal government should contact the owner to claim it and post a notice providing the address, telephone number and reception time of the shelter.
 
Three, full of moral concern-Germany
The "Animal Protection Law" passed by the German Parliament stipulates that everyone who deals with animals must treat animals humanely and have certain professional knowledge and corresponding material conditions for snorting.  When claiming or buying small animals, it is required to examine the basic ideological knowledge and family conditions of the claimed animals.
"Animal Protection Law" emphasizes that animals other than human beings must be included in the scope of moral care, and anyone who causes human suffering to animals must be investigated for legal responsibility.  The law stipulates that a fine will be imposed for general injury to animals. If the circumstances are serious enough to constitute a crime, criminal responsibility will be investigated in accordance with the provisions of the criminal law. The maximum penalty will be fixed-term imprisonment of 3 years.  Those who abandon dogs will be fined a huge sum equivalent to 230,000 yuan. Those who seriously abuse dogs can be sentenced to up to two years in prison.
German pet shops are not allowed to sell dogs.  The "Dog Raising Law" has strict regulations on each dog's rest, exercise space, building materials, specifications, temperature and humidity, light, etc.
Animal shelters in Germany are set up by craft groups and can be funded by the government.
In Germany, people who want to own dogs usually go to shelters for adoption and adoption.  This must pass the examination (including adoption motivation, feeding experience, home space, financial situation, etc.), and must sign legal documents to be tracked by volunteers at any time.
 
Four, strict economic protection measures-Italy
A Torino City Council regulation stipulates that dog owners can walk their dogs on bicycles "but at a speed that does not make the dogs too tired";  If the dog owner does not walk the dog for three consecutive days, he will be fined up to $650.
Italy's Animal Protection Law stipulates that anyone who maltreats or abandons a pet can be sentenced to one year's imprisonment or a fine of 10,000 euros.
 
Five, continuous repair regulations-Japan
At the beginning of last century, Japan promulgated the Law on the Care and Management of Animals, which was revised in 1999.  The purpose of enacting the law is stated in the basic principles: "All people should realize that animals are alive, not only hope not to abuse them wantonly, but also to devote themselves to the environment where Yu Jiancheng people coexist with animals and take appropriate measures to treat animals on the basis of fully understanding their habits."  The penalty clause stipulates that anyone who kills or injures animals indiscriminately shall be sentenced to imprisonment of not more than one year and a fine of 1 million yen, and a fine of 300,000 yen for mistreatment and abandonment of animals.
 
Six, detailed and strict laws and regulations-Britain
Britain's current Animal Protection Act was passed in 1911. Since then, many special laws have been issued in succession, which are very detailed in ensuring that animals are not abused.  The law encourages animal breeders to treat animals with the best measures. Those who fail to meet the law will be prosecuted.  Penalties include fines or imprisonment;  Animal abusers will be forbidden to keep any animals.  Even if the owner lost his pet carelessly, he would have to pay a fine of 25 pounds.
 
Seven, pay attention to the principle of humanity-Russia
Article 231 of Russia's Civil Code stipulates that animals are the object of real rights, which does not mean that the obligee can control and treat animals as he wishes.  Article 137 stipulates: "When exercising rights, animals are not allowed to be treated cruelly in an attitude contrary to the principle of humanity.  On the issue of compensation for animal victims, we should pay attention to the life value of animals and cannot define the compensation standard simply by the market value of animals. "
 
Eight, organizational improvement-the United States
At least 75 animal welfare organizations in the United States provide care and adoption services for homeless and abused animals.
Like many countries and regions such as the United States, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan, community service agencies funded by the government manage and house stray animals, which not only make animals properly resettled, but also improve the urban environment.
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