RSPCA Cymru has given a big paws-up to Cardiff Council, as they announce they will now not pursue a blanket ban on dog walking on marked sports pitches in the capital city.
The announcement came from Councillor Peter Bradbury, Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure, at a Joint Environmental & Economy and Culture Scrutiny Committee last night (19 November).
RSPCA Cymru was one of a number of agencies giving views on dog control plans in Cardiff at the session. This … Continue reading…
Cardiff Council has been urged by the RSPCA not to exclude dogs from marked sports pitches within the local authority area.
The council is currently consulting on a Public Spaces Protection Order for the area, including proposed new controls around dogs.
RSPCA Cymru fears banning dogs from marked sports pitches – as proposed – could risk demonising responsible owners and their pets.
The animal welfare charity has called on the Council to strive towards “integrated communities, with responsible pet and … Continue reading…
RSPCA Cymru has welcomed moves from Caerphilly County Borough Council to not ban dogs from marked sports pitches within the local area.
Previous plans from Caerphilly CBC had suggested that the local authority was considering excluding dogs from all marked sports pitches owned by the Council.
The previous plans had formed part of a proposed Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), which RSPCA Cymru feared would remove appropriate, accessible spaces within the Caerphilly community for dogs to exercise.
RSPCA Cymru had … Continue reading…
A North Wales local authority has been urged not to restrict, or prohibit, dogs from accessing marked sports playing fields, for fear of compromising their welfare.
RSPCA Cymru fears measures by Wrexham Council may inadvertently demonise responsible dog owners, as a consultation concerning the implementation of Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) for parks in the council area concludes.
The charity has responded to new plans from Wrexham Council concerning dogs in public spaces. These include banning dogs from marked sports … Continue reading…