More help and advice
The government's pages about dangerous dogs with important information about dogs that are banned in the UK and controlling your dog in public.
If you want more information about dangerous dogs or perhaps you are worried about the welfare of a dog, here are some of the sites you can visit.
Everything you need to know about the latest laws on dog ownership from the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
A really helpful site from the largest dog welfare charity in the UK. The Dogs Trust is also available on Facebook. - the Dogs Trust will be of help for re-homing, not for criminal matters.
The official site of the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals. They also have a 24-hour advice line on 0300 1234 999. The RSPCA do not deal with victims of dangerous dogs - they will give advice via their cruelty line on dog attacks on other animals but anything else they will refer to police.
Founded in 1873 the Kennel Club offers vital support and information about dog welfare, health, training and breeding. This link takes you to their section with advice about owning a dangerous dog.
Victim Support is the independent charity for victims and witnesses of crime right across England and Wales. Their services are free of charge and confidential. Call the support line on 0845 30 30 900.
CyberMentors is all about young people helping and supporting each other online.
If you're being bullied or are troubled by something, CyberMentors is where you can go for help.
ChildLine is the free helpline and online service for children and young people in the UK. Children and young people can call 0800 1111 or visit www.childline.org.uk to talk to a trained counsellor about any problem, or talk to other young people on the message boards.
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