Middlesex University report on responsible dog ownership

L. A. Jourdan made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Adran yr Amgylchedd, Bwyd a Materion Gwledig

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Dear Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,

George Eustice has highlighted the upcoming report from Middlesex University on responsible dog ownership.

Which other universities and/or agencies were approached to produce this report?

Why was Middlesex University the one that was finally selected?

Many thanks in advance for your answers.

Yours faithfully,

L. A. Jourdan

SM-Defra-Helpline, Defra (MCU), Adran yr Amgylchedd, Bwyd a Materion Gwledig



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