When was your son convicted and was this after a trial or did he plead guilty?
You have to know the precise terms of the order because a person can apply to the court to have a disqualification order terminated or varied, such as a reduction in the length of time that the disqualification will be enforced. However, the court is able to specify a minimum length of time which must pass before the person who is the subject of a disqualification order may make such an application to the court. You have to know when the earliest date is that an application to vary can be made. That would not stop you owning a dog even if your son was living with you although it would be better that he wasn't seen out with the dog on his own. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.
You can ask the sheriff clerk at the court.