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The RSPCA is calling for dog licences to be reintroduced in a new report released just days after 10-year-old Rhianna Kidd was attacked by two Rottweilers in Dundee. The charity says an annual licence fee of £21.50 could help reduce the number of strays and help tackle irresponsible dog owners – and calls on the government to establish a dog health and welfare strategy funded by a dog licence scheme.
On Tuesday, another 10-year-old girl, Toni Clannachan, was hospitalised after she was bitten in the face by a dog in Kilmarnock. Are dog licences the answer? Tell us what you think by clicking the link below…

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