Dog owners who train their animals to be aggressive are a difficult problem to deal with, since law enforcement usually just fines them
(PRWEB UK) 29 May 2014
According to The Telegraph article dated 13 May 2014 by David Barrett: Owners of dogs who kill face up to 14 years jail, people who own killer dogs will be charged and they can face a jail sentence of up to 14 years, if news laws come into power. In light of the recent series of vicious dog attacks with human casualties, the legislation has been much tougher than usual. If the amendments to the Dangerous Dogs act are added, dog owners can be charged under the condition that the attack took place in their own home, excluding trespassers. Currently, the maximum punishment a dog owner can face is two to five years in jail. The new legislation not only covers the dog breeds that are already banned by law as dangerous dogs, but also any dogs which attack people. Previously, dog breeds such as Japanese Tosa and Pit Bull Terriers have been outlawed.
As response to the article, Private Detective London (http://www.privatedetective-london.com/), as one of the finest private investigator services in the UK, would like to maintain the issue of how an animal that is not properly trained can be dangerous. But, the main issue here is the behaviour of the owners, who are solely responsible for the training of the animal. If their animal poses a threat to its surroundings, the owners should face legal action, before the animal in question hurts someone or even worse. Private Detective London invites people who have had a similar problem in their neighbourhood, to come forward and inform them. This preventative measure not only prevent the potential attack, but could also save the life of the animal. Private Detective London offer services that can help with antisocial or nuisance neighbours.
In light of the facts presented in the article, chief investigators at Private Detective London, Rachael Porter, is quick to point out that this kind of case is just waiting to happen, and how it is important to act immediately. She went on to say: “Dog owners who train their animals to be aggressive are a difficult problem to deal with, since law enforcement usually just fines them, without any further charges. This doesn’t turn them into responsible owners at all, and their animal can go on to seriously injure someone, even a child. Private Detective London can help you put an end to it today”.
If you would like to report an irresponsible dog owner, call Private Detective London chief investigator Rachael Porter at 0203 292 0558 to schedule a meeting. We are expecting you.