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Cases down, prosecutions rise – but dog problems persist

A CO-ORDINATED crime fighting campaign has seen cases of sheep worrying during lambing time drop by nearly 40 per cent on the year.

The three-month campaign, led by Police Scotland, saw 43 livestock worrying incidents reported – all but two of these cases involving sheep.

Like last year, most incidents involved a single dog and in more than half of these the offending dog was local to the area and was either roaming free or otherwise not under proper control.

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