Has Your Dog Been Seized by the Thames Valley Police?

It’s the thing every dog owner dreads, and for most it will never happen. But if your dog is seized by the police under dangerous dog legislation, it feels like a nightmare.

We’re dog owners ourselves, and that’s one of the reasons we became specialists in dog law.

So, if your dog has been seized by Thames Valley Police, take our advice. Don’t panic. Seek legal advice.

There are several key reasons your dog may have been seized. It may be believed they’re of a banned breed under Section 1 of the Dangerous Dogs Act. They may be accused of worrying livestock.  Alternatively the police may think they are dangerously out of control or not kept under proper control.

Whatever the case, Thames Valley police still need a court order before they can do more than seize your dog.

We know that your dog is part of your family. We understand just how upsetting this can be – but we also know that legal advice is needed.

Get in touch with the team at Parry and Welch Solicitors. We’ll listen to your situation and we’re ready to help you out.

The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can start working to reunite you with your dog.