There are many ways you can help DDAWatch and fight BSL. Below are a few suggestions although we are always happy to hear of any ideas you may have. Please use the contact us section if you have something you feel we should add.
Please support our pounds for hounds campaign,a donation as little as one pound will help us to continue our wide- ranging work, which can include among other things, exemption costs, neutering, kennelling, veterinary & health care fees and legal costs.
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If you’re a dog owner in the UK the
Dangerous Dogs Act applies to you in some way or another.
DDAWatch supports its members in writing to their local MP in order to seek their views and opinion on why section 1 of the DDA is still in force
and showing no signs of being repealed or revised.Please download our letter template, fill in the name and address of your local MP and send
the letter to them direct.
It may also be possible to email your MP and save money on the postage, in which case please edit the letter appropriately and paste its content into an email.
Download Dangerous Dogs Act MP Letter
Find Your Local MP'S Contact Details
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