Dog owners in Wales could be forced to attend good behaviour training classes if their pets are considered out of control under proposals being put forward by the Welsh Government.
The plans are part of the draft Control of Dogs Bill, which is being launched today.
The measures aim to put laws in place which will ensure more responsible dog ownership.
The draft consultation is being launched by the Environment Minister, John Griffiths.
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