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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 21st April 2017 > Be sheep-wise this spring and keep your dog under control

Be sheep-wise this spring and keep your dog under control

A NEW ‘sheep-wise’ campaign to warn the public about the consequences of sheep worrying has been launched by the National Sheep Association of Scotland and Quality Meat Scotland.

Scotland’s rural organisations are uniting behind the campaign, which also has the support of the Scottish SPCA, Police Scotland, the British Veterinary Association, NFU Scotland, Scottish Land and Estates and Scottish Natural Heritage.

The initiative includes a high-impact, two-minute film aimed at highlighting the devastation, for farmers and dog owners, caused by sheep worrying, with powerful first-hand accounts of sheep worrying from Aberdeenshire farmer John Fyall (who is also chairman of NSA Scotland), Stonehaven vet David McLaren and Gill MacGregor, the Scottish SPCA senior inspector.

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