Dunbritton participates in responsible dog ownership event
The Dogs Trust works with local authorities, housing associations, stakeholders and the general public across Scotland to address dog-related problems, deliver general awareness campaigns, and work within communities.
By working together they are able to promote all aspects of responsible dog ownership including:
On the day, the Dogs Trust Veterinary Nurse offered free microchipping, nail clipping and carried out general assessments of the dog’s health and where appropriate advised owners if they should visit their vet.
The team were also on hand to provide health & wellbeing advice including promoting the importance of:
During the event the team met a total of 19 dogs and their owners, with the most popular service proving to be the health check. In total, 13 different dog breeds attended the event, the most popular breeds attending were the King Charles Spaniels and Labrador Retrievers were the most commonly seen breed, with 3 dogs of each breed coming to see the team.