Ceva Animal Health is urging animal health professionals and dog owners to update their knowledge on canine law by viewing the exclusive two-part training video entitled New Doglaw Developments at doglaw.tv.
Presented by Trevor Cooper, a leading solicitor specialising in canine law, the informative video features the proposal to extend section 3 of the Dangerous Dogs Act to cover all places such as private land, the proposal to introduce compulsory microchipping for dogs, the likely replacement of dog control orders with public spaces’ protection orders and the anticipated change of ASBOs to injunctions to prevent nuisance and annoyance.
Other videos available on the website include:
- Breed Specific Legislation
- The Section 3 Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
- The Animal Welfare Act 2006
- The Dogs Act 1871
In addition, the site hosts videos on dog behaviour by the renowned dog trainer and behaviourist Carolyn Menteith. The topics covered consist of:
- A Spotlight on The Staffordshire Bull Terrier
- Learning Theory
- Development of Dogs and Breeds
- Puppy Playgroups
Emma Jackson, Adaptil product manager at Ceva Animal Health, said: “It is important both animal health professionals and dog owners are aware of the law relating to dogs, particularly any imminent changes that may affect all canines.”