Looking back at an earlier post about this topic, I found an insightful comment updating this issue. Though it was difficult to find, I did find one source, the International Fund for Animal Welfare, confirming that Beijing’s dog culling has been called off due to international outrage. IFAW reports:
Thanks to thousands of letters from concerned animal lovers around the world, including from within China, the anti-dog crackdown in Beijing has been officially stopped. According to the South China Morning Post, Chinese President Hu Jintao “was unhappy about the complaints and international media coverage” of the crackdown and put a stop to it.