Government should 'look again' at dangerous dog legislation
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Animal welfare charity calls for government to rethink Dangerous Dog Act

A three year old boy has died after being attacked by a dog in Halstead, Essex. Is the law to protect us from dangerous dogs a failure?

Becky Thwaites is from the Blue Cross animal welfare charity.

She told BBC Radio 4's World at One that it was time for the government to "look again" at the legislation to deal with dangerous dogs, saying it should focus on behaviour rather than the breed of dog.

  • 19 Aug 2016
  • From the section UK
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