21 October 2017
We are very pleased to be again welcoming Trevor Cooper to CaDeLac for an up to date seminar of Dog Law.
This is an seminar based on current dogs laws that EVERY dog owner needs to know, as well as dog professionals, dog walkers, dog trainers, dog groomers, dog sitters, etc, and Trevor makes what could be seen as a pretty boring subject really entertaining and informative!
Only £20 per person.
Are you fully up to date with the changes to the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 that came into force in May 2014 & March 2015?
Presented by Solicitor Trevor Cooper, this seminar is a wide ranging mix of legal issues that are important to dog owners, including: - rights and responsibilities when buying and selling dogs - liability (both civil and criminal) for dogs that harm people and animals - identification requirements / the legal implications of microchipping - noise nuisance - Public Spaces Protection Orders - Community Protection Notices - Breed Specific Legislation - cruelty / Duty of Care - and much, much more!
These are aimed at entertaining the audience as well as to inform and the feedback we receive from these talks is consistently positive.
No prior legal knowledge is required so come along and learn!
What every Responsible Dog Owner Needs to know!
Trevor has specialised in Doglaw for 23 years and is widely regarded as a leading solicitor in England and Wales for this niche area of law both civil and criminal cases. Trevor was formally the Doglaw specialist for Dogs Trust and currently splits his time acting as the Doglaw Consultant for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home as well as continuing to act for dog owners, as well as dog related professionals and organisations in both civil and criminal proceedings.
Registration will be from 1.30pm, with Tea and Coffee, for a prompt 2.00pm start.
The seminar is expected to last 3.5 hours.
Please note – this event is for people only, please leave your dogs at home.
Venue: Canine Academy, Tollerton Lane, Tollerton, Notts.
Please call Linda on 01332863435 or email email@example.com, or comment below, for a booking form.
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Remember: some dog shows do not allow pet dogs to attend.
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