dog control order

dog control order

an order made by a legal authority providing for an offence or offences relating to the control of dogs in respect of any land in its area to which the law applies. An offence relates to the control of dogs if it relates to fouling of land by dogs and the removal of dog faeces, the keeping of dogs on leads, the exclusion of dogs from land and the number of dogs which a person may take on to any land.
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A Kirklees Council spokesperson said: "The public space protection order around keeping a dog on a lead in designated areas, replaced an earlier dog control order, and means that owners must keep their dog on a lead less than two metres in designated areas - these include Kirklees roads and pavements.
Bedford Borough Council will also now reimburse 44 other people who were fined under the Dog Control Order (DCO), which was shown to be failing to comply with regulations.
Campbell, 45, was made the subject of a Dog Control Order in June 2012 after a series of complaints to police and the council about his dog.
Magistrates made a dog control order to ensure that Zeus is neutered and microchipped.
It is with some concern that I read an article by Sharon on the park run website spelling out why a dog control order was needed in Albert Park.
Gwynedd Council wants to put in place a new dog control order, which could see irresponsible owners fined for allowing their dogs to foul or run free off the lead on playing fields.
It is comforting to know the Dog Control Order is being piloted in North Liverpool - whereby dog wardens/police officers will be given more power in challenging owners who may pose a risk, with their dogs.
A dog control order has been made to ensure that 60-year-old Rattigan keeps him under control at all times.
The appeal hearing followed Mr Barker's appearance before magistrates at Warwickshire Justice Centre in Nuneaton in August where he was convicted of breaching a dog control order.
uk/dog-control It is a criminal offence to breach a dog control order, with a maximum of PS1,000 on conviction in court.
A PET owner has been banned from keeping dogs for five years after failing to comply with a Dog Control Order.
Now a new dog control order will make owners liable for a pounds 75 fine if they fail when asked, to put an out-of-control animal on a lead following a dangerous or threatening incident in a public place.