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|Posted By: FROGMAN|
| About time to and the third party ins is a good idea also.
Thoughts anyone ???
|Posted By: OROKLINIPROPOWNER|
| I am not convinced that this will tackle the root cause of the problem - owners who are not law abiding and don't take care of their animals! I wonder whether those people will buy into this?
|Posted By: fettler|
| Thin end of the wedge.
If the current government is returned in the next general election, as is quite possible with the weak opposition and a seriously split vote, you can probably look forward to dog licences of a couple of hundred quid and a gaol sentence for the lack of it.
The next step, logically, is a ban on dog ownership.
There, that'll cheer you up!
|Posted By: rockjock|
| More nanny state and the law abiding pet owners will suffer. Isn't this why so many are leaving.
|Posted By: JonandGaynor|
| Ok, theres an estimated 8000000 dogs in the UK, probably more. Say 10-15% of owners either won't, can't afford or fail a competence test and get a licence - thats going to relate to almost 1 million unwanted dogs. Either the government is looking for an alternative fuel supply for power stations or are planning on cornering the far eastern meat trade! If not then there's going to be one hell of a stray dog problem.|
|Posted By: DAC|
| I must say that I agree with Jane from Glasgow....|