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Worrying campaign launched by police

LIVESTOCK worrying is once again the focus of a campaign by Police Scotland, timed to coincide with an anticipated rise in attacks by dogs during November.

The month-long campaign was launched on Tuesday in a bid to raise awareness among dog owners about the devastating effects of livestock worrying, just as animals are taken off the hill to inbye fields ahead of winter.

The Scottish Partnership Against Rural Crime – a multi-agency group including Police Scotland, National Farmers’ Union of Scotland and Scottish Land and Estates – is working with Scottish Natural Heritage to promote responsible dog walking in the countryside.

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