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That this House welcomes the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs’ consultation on banning the use of electronic shock collars for training dogs and other domestic pets in England; recognises that legislation on this would ensure England has a similar ban to Scotland and Wales where the devolved Governments have already taken action to implement an effective ban on their use; further recognises that the power to ban the sale of these harmful devices lies with the Government; and calls on the Government to ban the sale of any electronic training device for dogs that is capable of causing pain or distress throughout the UK.
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