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My dog has a muzzle and lead order while outside my house

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My dog has a muzzle and lead order while outside my house issued in court, due to him bruising a man’s arm. Can I still place him in kennels when I go on holiday as this will be outside my home and he won’t be muzzled full time in kennel?
JA: Where are you? It matters because laws vary by location.
Customer: Kent uk
JA: What steps have you taken so far?
Customer: He is always muzzled and kept on lead when not in my house or garden.
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Customer: My dog was seized by the police put in kennels for 9 weeks while they investigated, I went to court and got issued a £350 fine and a muzzle and lead order. Not sure how he will behave in a kennel after being police kennels where he stopped eating and he wouldn’t let anyone near him. He is a German shepherd. I have used the same kennels for last 10 year when I go on holiday however he not been in kennels since this incident as it was last Christmas.
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Thank you for your patience. It depends on the wording of the conditions of the court order. You are free to paste the wording and I can check this for you. It is very important to comply with the order as breach of an order made under section 2 of the Dogs Act 1871 is a criminal offence under section 1(3) of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1989.

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Customer: replied 11 days ago.
Thank you, ***** ***** your prob right best not to put him in kennels as if he bit anyone in there they would be able to destroy him due to the previous incident. Not worth it for the sake of a holiday.Thanks again enjoy your day

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