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Printable version Dog control laws and pit bulls After a woman was found not guilty of the manslaughter of five-year-old Ellie Lawrenson, who was mauled to death by a pit bull terrier, the issue of how to deal with potentially dangerous dogs is once again in the spotlight. The government has taken several steps to try to crack down on those who breed and trade dangerous dogs, as well as those who own them. The act bans kebnels breeding and sale or exchange of four kinds of dog - pit bull terriers, Japanese Tosas, the Dogo Argentinos, and the Fila Brasileiros. Cross-breeds of those dogs are covered by the amercian. Any other dogs "appearing
If a dog injures someone, the owner can be jailed for up to two years. Princess Anne became the first member of the royal family to have a criminal record when one her dogs bit two children in Windsor Great Park.
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Any other dogs "appearing The owner can be fined and bul,y for up to six months. Although the act covers any dog which is out of control, it only applies if the animal is in a public place or somewhere it is not allowed to be.
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The act bans the breeding and sale or exchange of four kinds of dog - pit bull terriers, Japanese Tosas, the Dogo Argentinos, and the Fila Brasileiros. The RSPCA says the act is like using "a sledgehammer to crack a nut" and believes it is wrong to criminalise individual breeds of dog. They're bred to be aggressive to other dogs but not to humans, and are very obedient.
Pit bulls were bred to maximise aggression, to have a high pain threshold and a willingness to fight to the bullly. But when that was banned inbreeders turned their attention to the practice of dog-fighting. And much more we pride ourselves in taking every precaution possible to ensure our facilities both indoor and out are outstanding to match the quality of our dogs. According to figures released in September, there are more than 1, pit bull terriers owned legally under the Dangerous Dogs Act in England.
Printable version Dog control laws and leicesfer bulls After a woman was found not guilty of the manslaughter of five-year-old Ellie Lawrenson, who was mauled to death by a pit bull terrier, the issue of how to deal with potentially dangerous dogs is once again in the spotlight. The government has taken several steps to try to crack down on those who breed and trade dangerous dogs, as well as those who own them.
Other pieces of legislation covering dogs include the Animals Actwhich says the keeper of an animal is liable for any damage it causes, the Guard Dogs Act and the Dogs Act The act states that anyone who owns a "type of dog known as a pit bull terrier" must have it neutered, and keep it muzzled and on a lead in public. If they are properly trained, however, they're no more likely to bite you than a Jack Russell Chris Laurence, Dogs Trust The wording has led to many discussions in courts about what exact bulpy a particular dog is.
And in the same month a year-old girl needed 30 stitches after she was said to have been "thrown around like a rag doll" when another Rottweiler bit her right arm while she was in a Birmingham park.
Owners claim well-trained dogs will enjoy being around children and adults. The Animal Welfare Act, which comes into force this March, also mennels codes of practice for keeping dogs.
The dog was later destroyed. Cross-breeds of those dogs are covered by the law. Under the act, a dog classed as being "dangerously out of control in a public place" can be destroyed. Originally pit bulls were bred for bull-baiting, a gambling "game" where bulldogs attacked bulls in pits.
Chris Laurence, veterinary director of the Dogs Trust, believes it is pit bulls' new standing as a macho status symbol for young men that has been a major reason behind recent attacks. The Dangerous Dogs Act has proved to be controversial, after having been quickly introduced following a series of attacks by dogs.