12th April 2018: Dog Legislation in Scotland
Whether you are a dog owner, dog professional or a concerned member of the public, this seminar presented by ex-enforcement officers will take you through the major pieces of legislation as they relate to dogs and dog ownership in Scotland.
Covering the rights and responsibilities of dog carers and owners and the potential consequences when things go wrong, we will look at issues such as aggression, dog control, dog fouling and noise complaints.
Including information on:
The Dangerous Dogs Act (1991)
The Control of Dogs (Scotland) Act 2010
The Dog Fouling (Scotland) Act 2003
The Environmental Protection Act 1990
Venue: The White House, 70 Niddrie Mains Road, Edinburgh. [open map in new window]
April 2018: Behaviour Problems in Rescue Dogs
Animal charities and shelters across the world are increasingly finding that behaviour is a major factor in the abandonment of dogs, meaning that more often than not, taking on a rescue dog means taking on some issues!
For those who are considering taking on a rescue dog and those who have already taken the leap, this seminar will cover some of the common issues faced by the new owners of rescue dogs including: