DDAWatch, a voluntary organisation offering free help and advice to those affected by or concerned with canine legislation, have expanded their services due to a massive increase in demand.
In the last 18 months the group have been inundated with requests for help via their telephone helplines. Along with the launch of their new website DDAWatch are are pleased to announce that with imediate effect two more helplines are open for concerned members of the public.
Alison Green of DDAWatch said
" Its a pleasure to welcome on board Maria and Julia who will help run the two new lines however it is sad that in this day and age we are having to increase help offered to people who are affected by nothing short of discrimination. Those who contact us may have had their dogs seized or simply wish to know more about canine legislation. While we are not legal experts we have a sound knowledge on most canine legislation, a great team and contacts with solicitors should anyone need legal representation. Just as importantly we offer an ear and support for owners who often need someone to talk to through what is often a heartbreaking time."
All helplines cost the same as a local call and are avaliable 365 days of the year between 9.30 and 9.30. A mobile number is also avalaible for calls outside of those hours.
For more information on DDAWatch or for help and advice please contact Mail@dangerousdogsact.co.uk or call:
0844 844 0802
0844 844 2990
0844 844 2900
or Mobile 07899 724 800
Alternativly DDAWatch website has useful help and information online http://www.ddawatch.co.uk/