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QUOTE(nikirushka @ 3rd Oct 2017, 2:37 pm) *

They need to get back on the police who ruddy well can enforce it. They just rarely do. If they haven't already, the owners should get legal advice on this one - Trevor Cooper/DogLaw UK would be a good place to start.

We use Parry Welch Lacy LLP for the dogs that are seized, they really know and understand dog law and have a really good record of getting dogs back home. Last week a 13 year old dog was seized as suspected 'type', this dog keeps having seizures but the police didn't want to know when the owner told them the dog was old and sick. 3 days later he was back home and the police are not taking action, hadn't even assessed the dog thanks to Parry Welch Lacy. If they hadn't contacted the police the dog would never have survived the time away while the case went through the courts.

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