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What Is the Law Regarding Dogs off the Lead?

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According to the 1991 Dog Act, the owner of the dog is liable for the dog's actions and can be taken to court if his dog attacks or threatens anyone. One can face prosecution, be fined and even have the dog killed. The new law of 2005 is also concerned about the dog's behaviour in the society and its cleanliness.
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The laws as interpreted under the Dog act of 1991 mean that the owner of the dog is responsible for its action. If you allow your dog to worry livestock you can be prosecuted and fined, ordered to pay compensation and even have the dog destroyed. The new laws 2005 also cover the behaviour of the dog in the environment i.e. Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment act 2005.
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