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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Last month, Flintshire Council revealed plans to use covert measures to catch those who flout their dog control order.
A RECENT letter from Middlesbrough Council informed me a review of the dog control order in Albert Park was to be discussed at the next executive meeting.
A WOMAN whose pet barked at a housing officer has been made subject of an interim dog control order.
The Council's Dog Control Order came into effect in December last year, with dog fouling trouble spots targeted in the county.
Cllr Coppinger says since the dog control order was introduced environmental enforcement staff have carried out 37 patrols and issued 26 verbal and written warnings to dog owners breaking the rules.
The Dog Control Order which came into force on December 3 2009 made it an offence to fail to clean up dog mess with a pounds 75 fixed penalty for offenders.
The situation has got worse since the introduction of a dog control order in the park.
A Dog Control Order will come into effect on March 1 this year banning dogs from the beach.
IN RESPONSE to R Coulthard (Letters, March 18) he''s wrong to suggest the Dog Control Order for Liverpool would mean compulsory muzzling for all breeds, only for particular breeds which are used to intimidate or scare people.
However Middlesbrough Council says its priority is to ensure people comply with the recently introduced Dog Control Order in the park and if video recordings are made people are told.
Durham County Council is seeking to introduce a new Dog Control Order, which would make it an offence for people to allow their dogs to foul areas of land identified within the order.
Why did the dog control order require so much manpower to enforce when other activities like the misuse of drugs and alcohol continue unabated?