SHANGHAI MULLS DEDUCTING SOCIAL CREDIT POINTS FOR BAD DOG OWNERS

In a bid to crack down on unleashed dogs, Shanghai is considering grading residents on how they raise pets, and a poor score could affect their social credit points.

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