What is the solution to dangerous dogs?
We are now taking bookings for our new Dangerous Dogs Symposium which will be chaired by Trevor Cooper.
The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 has been in force for 26 years in Great Britain. Despite this, the number of incidents where dogs have acted dangerously appears to be rising leaving many victims in their wake. Are we witnessing a rise in dangerous dogs, an increase in irresponsible dog owners, or is there some other reason?
We are bringing together a broad range of experts to explore options to prevent future incidents. They will form the panel and you can interact from the audience. If you have an opinion please come along and make your voice heard – we want to hear from you. Alternatively, just listen to the debate and draw your own conclusions.
Each of these symposia will be held between 10.00am and 4.00pm in the Runcorn area on 13th November 2017 and South West London on 19th February 2018. Places cost £195 + VAT per person (beverages and lunch will be provided together with a certificate of attendance).
For more details on the symposia click here
The likely panel members are pictured below and if you click on the individual pictures you can see their CVs.