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Police issue warning on sheep worrying

POLICE Scotland has urged owners to keep their dogs on a lead and away from sheep in a nationwide appeal against worrying.

The appeal comes following a sheep worrying incident in Strachur last month, which resulted in an individual being charged and a dog control notice being issued.

The campaign has been launched by Police Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, NFU Scotland, Scottish Land and Estates, the National Association (Scotland) and the Kennel Club to raise awareness among dog owners of the effects sheep worrying can have on livestock. The campaign will run until the end of May, and highlights that owners must act responsibly and keep their dogs under control when walking in the countryside.

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