When Will the Japanese Start To Recognize Their Own Animals?

Japanese people often say that they have never seen a dog.

It is believed that the first dogs were imported from Germany.

Many Japanese people are also unaware that dogs are not native to Japan.

Even when dogs are introduced to Japan, they are not recognized as a domestic animal, because the law only allows for owners to keep dogs for “training purposes” and only allows owners to breed and keep them.

But this is changing.

According to a report by Japan Times, the country is now planning to have a new law that will allow owners to adopt and keep a dog, if they have permission from the government.

Currently, owners must register the dog with the government and pay a fee.

But with the new law, this registration requirement is going to be waived.

This will make it easier for people to adopt their pets, according to the report.

A new law will also allow dogs to be registered in the first place.

So, in the near future, people will be able to adopt Japanese dogs from the comfort of their own home.

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