208. Docking of dogs' tails.

A person commits an offence if he removes the whole or any part of a dog's tail, otherwise than for the purpose of its medical treatment, or he causes the whole or any part of a dog's tail to be removed by another person, otherwise than for the purpose of its medical treatment1. A person commits an offence if:

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    (1)     he is responsible for a dog2;

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    (2)     another person removes the whole or any part of the dog's tail, otherwise than for the purpose of its medical treatment; and

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    (3)     he permitted that to happen or failed to take

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