| Commentary

15 Guard dogs

| Commentary

15 Guard dogs

Under the Guard Dogs Act 1975, a person may not use or permit the use of a guard dog at any premises unless a handler, capable of controlling the dog, is present on the premises and the dog is under the handler’s control while being so used, except while secured so that it is not at liberty to go freely about the premises1. That exception applies to the whole subsection and not just to the requirement that the dog is under the handler’s control2. The handler must keep the dog under his control

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