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How to stop hunters trespassing on your land or causing ‘hunt havoc’

Hunting animals including fox, hare, deer and mink is illegal yet these animals and their young still continue to be hunted illegally in the UK. But you can stop this…

Hounds Off is here to support you with online resources with simple steps from sending an initial letter to warn off your local hunt, to how to contact your local MP or Councillors to take further action if your requests are ignored, and tips on how to keep safe. The Police are also on side and have a dedicated Police Wildlife Crime Line 101.

Hounds Off has helped many people to successfully stop the hunt – you are never alone.

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