Bridleways...

Jay89

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Yesterday went for a ride along a bridle way, it leads u past a farm, however the farm dog, ran out and was barking and running around the horses. Scarying the horses and freaking out My friends 8 yr old daughter. Do we have a right to complain? If so who to?
 

Irishcobs

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If the dog left the farm so was on public land eg the bridle way then yes you can complain but tbh no will listen. Unless the dog bit a human they would say they can't do anything about it.
 

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If the dog is loose then you have every right to report the matter to the police and local authorirt dog warden as it is a 'Statutory Nuisance'. This is an offence under the Enviroimental Protection act 1990 and the owner can be prosecuted
 

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how about just having a word with the farmer first...might not be an ogre, and I'm sure he wouldnt want his dog injured from a horse kicking it!
 
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