Fingal Council HQ.
Dog owners and their pets demonstrating in opposition to the newly-adopted, punitive dog ‘off the leash‘ bye-law (4.7) by Fingal County Council which restricts ‘no Lead activity’ to designated, fenced-in areas and specific times (in smaller parks).
Previously: If Dogs Run Free
Fingal Dog Owners Group (Fingal D.O.G) hold a protest march last Month through Malahide village in opposition to the dog ‘off-leash’ bye-law by Fingal County Council which restricts off-leash activity to to designated fenced-in areas and specific times (in smaller parks).
A public meeting to discuss a dog off-leash by-law is to be held in Fingal County Council.
All 40 Fingal County Councillors will attend the meeting later.
They are to discuss with the residents and dog owners the adoption of the controversial by-law, which was introduced last June.
There is growing public demand to reverse the by-law as it prohibits people from walking their dogs off their leads between 11am and one hour before dusk in some public parks
Sign petition here
Controversy over dog off-leash by-law in Fingal (RTÉ)
Previously: Where We Go One We Go All
GYM+COFFEE’s Karl Swaine (above left) and Diarmuid McSweeny (right) with guide dog ambassador Oscar (centre) launching a new range of dog hoodies at their store in Dundrum town centre. The hoodies (top) are €25 with 10% of each sale going to the Irish Guide Dogs
Lia Stokes writes:
The latest launch by Irish lifestyle brand GYM+COFFEE is the perfect gift to treat your fur-avourite companion this Valentine’s Day, and all for a great cause.
The iconic GYM+COFFEE hoodies are now available in doggie form with proceeds from each sale going to Irish Guide Dogs (available from the GYM+COFFEE re-tail store at Dundrum Town Centre or online)
The soft fleece material and hood and will keep them cosy, while the secret pocket in the back is perfect for stashing all the doggy essentials – bones and treats.
Irish-made Valentine’s stuff to email@example.com marked ‘Irish-Made Valentine’s stuff’. No fee.
Malahide, County Dublin
Members of the Fingal Dog Owners Group (Fingal D.O.G) held a protest march through Malahide village in opposition to the newly adopted dog ‘off-leash’ bye-law (4.7) by Fingal County Council (F.C.C) which restricts off-leash activity to designated fenced-in areas and specific times (in smaller parks).
Dog owners in Fingal protest over new rules in public parks (Irish Times)
Minister for Health Simon Harris with white-haired Darcy, from the Ambulance Service, and love-lorn Seodin, from the Dublin Fire Brigade, during the launch of the ‘National Day to Celebrate Ireland’s Unsung Heroes’ a new national day to recognise frontline and emergency services workers.
A group shot with Simon Harris and members of the Emergency Services
Dylan Hotel, Dublin 4.
A ‘doggy brunch’, a combination of breakfast and lunch involving dogs, hosted by pet supplement giant Pettura.
From pic 2: Suzie Koumarianos and her Neapolitan Mastiff Domina; Fay Brophy and unnamed chihuahas; Naomi Tracey with Dave (right), a Standard Poodle, and Darcy a Mini Poodle; Thalia Heffernan and her Whippet Lenny and Nicki Ladram with her French Bulldog Otto.