The adopted law regulates dog breeding activities, defines the rules of handling tailed pets, and protects the gene pool of pedigree dogs. The entry into force of the law will provide legal guarantees for the development of dog breeding and cynology, and will improve breeding and pedigree work.
A lot of attention in the law is paid to the treatment of no man's dogs. Conditions concerning the capture of such animals are regulated. Thus, only specially created groups are to be caught. Stray and feral dogs can be removed by humane methods by members of such a group created by a decision of the local authorities.
But this is possible only in cases where the animal is a threat to humans or has a serious disease. In other cases stray dogs must be sterilized.