UnNews:Canine given an Anti-Social Behaviour Order
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8 January 2012
LEEDS, Great Britain -- Coming into effect in February, unruly dogs are to be given anti-social behaviour orders (ASBOs) within the province of Leeds. Under the Control of Dogs Act, nuisance dogs can also be forced to attend rehabilitation centers or attend special canine anger-management. One of the driving forces behind the new law is the increasing number of drunk-driving cases involving dogs, with the new law being able to revoke the license of repeat offenders. Critics have stated that this is a violation of dog rights. Already facing suffrage to give dogs the right to vote within the UK], the national dog-rights foundation (NDRF) has stated that this has been a blow to their movement.
Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill said the "dog Asbos" would "help encourage dogs to take responsibility for the actions of themselves".
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Currently, a total of 693 investigations have been issued as of the writing of this article, with 67 self-control notices being served upon dogs across Scotland who allowed themselves to get out of control. Costing the average taxpayer £160 ($163) per-month, the new legislation is to later be forced into legislation accross the country.