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My gentle but very nervous family dog has nipped a delivery man. Police have seized him saying he would be back in 2-3 weeks. It now turns out that he won't come back for 2 months. I have already agreed to the control order that they are going to put in place. Is there any way I can get him released from doggy jail earlier. This is so bad for him mentally, I'm not sure how he will be when he gets out but he certainly will be MORE distrustful of strangers. The Police woman instigating this is clearly on a power trip and her colleagues when they saw my dog tried to get the seize order stopped saying he is clearly not a dangerous dog. Can I get him back earlier or at least throw the book at the female PC who has lied several times in the course of the proceedings. Anita
They seized him because they are putting in for a control order. they said that until the case is heard he has to stay in the kennels. I have agreed to the control order so no worries there, but what is the point of him being in kennels for 2 months just for the court to tell me something I have already agreed with the police. It's a waste of tax money but more to the point...my poor nervous dog...it's dog cruelty. Do I have grounds to try and get him out before the case.
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A control order. He's not being classed as a dangerous dog.
Not as far as I remember. It's a civil case just to lock him in a closed room when a delivery is being done.
Thank you so much for you help. It explains it clearly. Thank you.