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Deed Not Breed Ltd is a 'not for profit' company set up in 2007 to offer free advice and assistance to owners of dogs of all breeds who have fallen foul of 'Dangerous Dog Act' legislation.

If you have had a dog seized or are facing prosecution or civil action then please contact us for FREE, IMPARTIAL, CONFIDENTIAL and UP TO DATE advice. 

We hope to be able to support you through what is a very upsetting time whether your dog is a banned breed or in trouble with any aspect of the law appertaining to dogs.
 
If credit is an issue, we are happy to call back and if we do not answer straight away, please leave a message. We could be dealing with other owners and will get back to you as soon as we are free.  (We will not call back if you do not leave a message due to the high number of 'accident claim' calls we receive).
 
We will NEVER pressure you, judge you or betray your confidence.

In the unlikely event that we're unable to help you, we'll put you in touch with organisations who can, and we'll also put you in touch with qualified canine law specialist solicitors if your case requires this.

We also offer advice and assistance to solicitors, local authority dog wardens and police forces across the UK.

DNB promotes responsible dog ownership and are opposed to breed specific legislation on the grounds that no breed of dog is inherently more dangerous than any other.

Our mission is to assist as many owners as possible through court cases. To liaise with police forces, legal teams, local authorities and solicitors.

For advice regarding bull breeds and current legislation please contact Mel Rushmore at Bull Breed Advisory Service

For behavioural advice or assistance contact Best Behaviour

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Deed Not Breed Ltd is a NON PROFIT Organisation

Company Registered in England and Wales No. 06325487

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

07873 666 778 or 07873 666 779