Policy & Lobbying

Guidance to Access Authorities on Disease in Livestock transmitted by dogs

Scottish Land and Estates have worked in partnership with Scottish Natural Heritage, the NFU Scotland, the Kennel Club and the Scottish Canine Consultative Council to produce the following advice for local authority access teams and local access forums.  The guidance covers two partiuclarly problematic diseases in livestock which can be spread through dog faeces.  The guidance is complemented by a poster which gives advice to the general public.

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