Wednesday, 23 September 2009

NDWA Seminar and AGM 2009

This years National Dog Warden Associations (NDWA) seminar and AGM are promising to be two days of lively debate focusing on many aspects of dog handling and canine legislation.

The seminar, to be held on October 22nd and 23rd, is to be held in Birmingham and open to anyone with an interest in issues raised. Speakers on the first day will include Alison Green from DDAWatch discussing U.K BSL, Pete Tallack, Advisor to the ACPO who will be giving an update on the Guide to Enforcers and "dangerous dogs".

Bill Lambert from the Kennel Club will be updating their position on how they intend to improve breed standards and Ryan O'meara from K9 magazine will be discussing "Canine Misunderstanding".

Day Two will see DEFRA update on Animal Welfare policy and the RSPCA Prosecutions team discuss enforcement ofthe Animal Welfare Act.

For a full list of speakers and to book your place please see http://www.ndwa.co.uk/ndwa-agmseminar.asp

2 comments:

  1. are you lot trying to get rid of the staffy breed

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  2. No not the breed of dogs but the breed of irresponsible owners who have given them a bad name.
    RF
    Micro-ID Ltd

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