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Keep Hunting With Dogs History

There are many ways that you can show support for wild mammals and the Hunting Act which protects them from persecution with dogs.

We know that without land to hunt over then the bloodsports fraternity are scuppered. That’s why Hounds Off exists and encourages people to prohibit hunting on their properties.

But many people from all walks of life work tirelessly to enforce and reinforce the legislation which protects wild mammals. Here are a few examples and videos:

Hunts across the country have always encouraged foxes to provide so-called ‘sport’.
Click here to learn more about the latest expose with secret footage by Hunt Sabs

Help to keep cruelty history. Watch the video below to learn more and how:


Video © League Against Cruel Sports

 

The harsh realities for those who try to gather evidence of illegal hunting as it happens, documented here:


Video © IFAW

 

Lots of evidence of illegal hunting and pro-hunt aggression here:


Video © CSHA

 

See our Useful Links for organisations that are working to protect and enforce the hunting ban.

Hounds Off believes that hunting with hounds is cruel and heartless – we can expose the bloody reality with some VISUAL REMINDERS to illustrate why we support the Hunting Ban (WARNING: Graphic Content).

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Hounds Off Success Stories

Thank you so much for the wonderful support and advice you provide through Hounds Off. We repeatedly suffer from the arrogant and bullying behaviour of our local hunt in Kent called the Ashford Valley Hunt. We plan to use all available methods to put an end to this harassment. JC, Kent

We warned off our local hunt simultaneously with family and friends. They have steered clear since then.
JH, Dorset

When the hunters killed a fox behind our gardens I contacted Hounds Off and they helped us to stop this happening here again. CR, Kent

With Hounds Off I’ve protected my animals from further attacks by hunting dogs.
RS, Worcestershire

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