deed not breed ltd is a NON PROFIT Organisation

Company Registered in England and Wales No. 06325487

If you are at all worried about your dogs appearance and are considering contacting the police, please ring us first for advice and assistance.

0844 815 6610

Feb 12

Exemption Changes

We are sure there will be other points that spring to mind as we digest the information

General

There is still the 2 months time limit on contingency orders in order to comply with the rules of exemption however it is now clearly stated that the dog will no...

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Feb 2

Dogs for the disabled. Fundraiser

110K Ultra Marathon

Myself and my friend Tina are doing the London to Brighton 100k ultra marathon on May 23rd/ 24th in aid of Dogs for the Disabled and would welcome sponsorship if you could possibly donate.

We have a Just Giving page and need to raise...

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Jun 1

Seizures and destruction in Merseyside

Deed Not Breed and Elliot Mather LLP are aware of the seizures made by Merseyside Police on the 27th March 2014 and that the dogs seized were subsequently destroyed.

It is believed that this action may be unlawful and the Police are to be challenged as to the legitimacy of their...

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Jun 1

Health Insurance

BRILLIANT news for owners of exempted dogs:-) Now for the first time ever, you are able to take out health insurance on your registered dog.

Brookes Braithwaite are offering this policy which costs between £231-£356 per year (you must contact them for a personal quote) this is payable in...

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Latest Donations

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Mel Duncan 30.00
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Ann Baslington-Davies 15.00
Paul Thompson 3.00
Ann Dawson 30.00
Maureen Rice 10.00

deed not breed ltd

If you are at all worried about your dogs appearance and are considering contacting the police, please ring us first for advice and assistance.

0844 815 6610