Is it true that dog coats designed to warn others that a dog is nervous, in training, or aggressive, for example, could be seen as an admission that an owner is aware there is a problem, and could be used against them in the event of an incident?
Or, would it work in the owner’s favour and be seen as an attempt by the owner to improve the dog’s sociability and warn others away?
Does it make a difference if the only signs are a yellow ribbon or blank coat, as opposed to a coat or lead that states ‘warning’ or ‘dangerous’?
Where does the law stand on all this, and will it change when the new laws come in?
Ren, via Facebook