L&Q Group | Leading Housing Association & Residential Developer

Dangerous dogs and other animals – useful information

It is against the law to let a dog be dangerously out of control anywhere, including:

•  a public place
•  a private place – a neighbour’s house or garden
•  the owner’s home

Some types of dogs are banned. Visit the Government website for more information on banned dogs.

Dog owners can be given an on-the-spot fine if they don’t clear up after their dog in a public place.

If an animal becomes aggressive and intimidating, it can be considered a dangerous animal. If you feel at risk, please contact the police online or by calling 999.

Once you have a criminal reference number, please get in touch with our customer service centre by calling 0300 456 9996 to report the incident.

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