What happens if you have a home thirty-six cats, five giant dogs, a terrarium or a rabbit farm on your balcony? Knowrealty versed in the intricacies of the law.
If you delve into history, the path of domestication of wild animals stood our very distant ancestors. In the stone age arrive to man the wolf was turned into a dog, and 10 thousand years ago the Hittites domesticated cat. In those days no one had any issues, is it possible to have this animal specifically, was distracted by more pressing worries: how to do, or to put together a fighting chariot. Genghis Khan, for example, or Charles the Great, setting the stage for the Cheetah, not exactly tormented by questions like that to the neighbors. But with them is more or less clear: the kings and khans all can. What about us, the ordinary residents of the flats in the block, sometimes without balconies? Those who have no HOMESTEAD land and even a small country cottage? Can someone forbid to make, say, an anteater, if outrageous just like Salvador Dali, and much less square meters?
The law, ironically, not particularly regulates the rules of keeping a pet in the apartment, but imposes a few simple requirements. The main thing is that he really lived in the apartment, but not in the hallway or in the stairwell, the cow celebrated natural need in the stairwell, and that statutory silence about the time didn’t disturb neighbors by barking/hissing/curlykale. This is the basic provisions prescribed in the “Code of the city of Moscow on administrative offences”, for their failure to pay the fine. Continue reading
Worldwide there are thousands of different breeds of dogs. One of the oldest breeds is the Afghan sheep dog, the breed, apparently, existed a couple thousand years ago. Over the millennia the neighbourhood of man and dogs have been bred for thousands of different breeds of dogs, which include dogs shepherds dogs dogs dogs and other guards. Now some of the breed are considered dangerous, and in most countries, these breeds banned. Let’s see who we have here among the forbidden.
This breed is not just so-called. She was bred in Argentina in 1928. To obtain a representative of this breed were crossed several breeds, including the Irish wolfhound (and this is truly a giant dog). The breed was not created for combat, and for hunting mountain lions. Can you imagine the power of the representatives of this breed, to be able to compete against the lion. But these dogs are quite aggressive, they were used as fighting. Now Dogo Argentino is banned in many countries, including Australia, New Zealand and Portugal.
The breed was developed in the Spanish Canary Islands, it was a side branch from mastiffs. These dogs are often used as fight, and in 2001 two dogs of this breed killed 33-lateholocene. They killed it not somewhere, but right in the lobby of a building in San Francisco. Since then the breed has been banned in many countries, including Australia and New Zealand.
Peaceful in appearance the dog has a high degree of relationship with the Mastiff, and it was called the “Brazilian Mastiff”. The Fila Brasiliero breed was created for hunting jaguars, so these dogs are very strong and aggressive, weak because the dog would not be able to hunt such a dangerous opponent. Aggressive Fila Brasiliero became a legend, these dogs are sometimes afraid of even their owners. Now the breed is banned in the UK and some other countries. Continue reading