- Dog owners are responsible for ensuring that their dogs are kept under proper control so as not to cause a nuisance or a danger to people or other animals.
- Owners should know how their dog will behave when coming across people and animals it is not familiar with.
- If your dog is aggressive or hard to control then in order to prevent it harming or annoying other people or their animals you should consider keeping it on a lead and muzzling it if necessary.
- It is essential to get your dog trained and to follow any recommendations made by your vet.
- Where a dog is dangerously out of control in a public place and has injured someone, or behaves in a way that makes a person worried it may injure them, you will need to contact Thames Valley Police or dial 101. All police services should have a dog liaison officer who will be able to advise you.
- Should your dog or pet be attacked by another dog on private land this will be a civil matter between you and the owner concerned.
- We do not have the powers to force dog owners whose dog has injured your animal to pay all or part of any veterinary cost.
Living in Aylesbury Vale
- Recycling and Waste
- Find your bin day
- Letting us know you have moved
- New or replacement bin
- What goes in each bin
- Arrange a bulky item collection
- Report a missed bin
- Garden waste service
- Grass cutting
- Emergencies, safety and crime
- Paying for planning services online
- Street Scene
- Street Scene
Working and Business