CONTROLLING YOUR DOG IN PUBLIC
It's against the law to let a dog be dangerously out of control anywhere, such as:
The law applies to all dogs.
Out of control
Your dog is considered dangerously out of control if it:
A court could also decide that your dog is dangerously out of control if either of the following apply:
You can get an unlimited fine or be sent to prison for up to 6 months (or both) if your dog is dangerously out of control.
You may not be allowed to own a dog in the future and your dog may be destroyed.
- If you let your dog injure someone you can be sent to prison for up to 5 years or fined (or both).
- If you deliberately use your dog to injure someone you could be charged with 'malicious wounding'.
- If you allow your dog to kill someone you can be sent to prison for up to 14 years or get an unlimited fine (or both).
- If you allow your dog to injure an assistance dog (for example a guide dog) you can be sent to prison for up to 3 years or fined (or both).
Further Crime prevtion advice can be forund HERE
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