Groups Call on Prime Minister for Improved Dog Laws

(BVA Release) The British Veterinary Association, some of the UK’s largest animal charities, law enforcement agencies and unions have jointly called on the leaders of the main political parties to work together to introduce improved and updated legislation to protect dog welfare and public safety. The 20 groups have come together to demand action against…

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Islington Gazette: ‘Warning after rise in dog attacks’

Interesting article about the rise in dog-fighting in North London. ‘Danger dogs used as “status symbols” by gangs of youths and criminals have led to a shocking increase in attacks and dog fights in Islington, vets and animal charities are warning. ‘Animal campaigners claim the rise of gang culture has resulted in the banned dogs…

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May 2009 Round-up: Talented Pets & School Visits

‘May, she will stay’ sung the legendary songsmiths Simon and Garfunkel well-over 40 years ago now, and nothing seems to have changed – May seemed to go on for ages!   My month started up at the Birmingham NEC (lucky me eh?) as I was working at the inaugural Ultimate Pet Show which spanned the…

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