DWAA

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DWAADog Writers Association of America
DWAADangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 (UK)
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Warrington Borough Council confirmed two properties currently have licences under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
In Kirklees, the council has issued just one licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
Under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 anyone can keep a wild animal if they obtain a licence from their local authority.
The animals are allowed to be kept through a licence issued under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
Lee Thompson, 36, of Napier Close, Basildon, has been charged with being concerned in the production of cannabis, two counts of breaching a ban on keeping a dangerous wild animal, two counts of causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal and two counts of keeping a dangerous wild animal other than under the authority of a licence granted in accordance with the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
Under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976, camels are considered to be dangerous wild animals.
Urns can't be posted LIVE ANIMALS Live animals and reptiles are prohibited, as are any creatures or insects classified as dangerous within the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 (including certain venomous spiders).
The Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 (Modification) (No.2) Order 2007
Wild boar are covered by he Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 and a licence is needed to farm them.
Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 believed to have led to many big cats being released into the wild.
Anyone wanting to keep an exotic animal must get a licence for it under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976.
The government wants to update the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 to cut red tape.