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Owner of guide dog: 'The police wanted to act but couldn't'

6 August 2013 Last updated at 13:26 BST

The maximum sentence faced by dog owners whose animal kills someone in England and Wales could be raised to life in prison. The Government is launching a consultation - asking people for their views on dangerous dogs.

Currently the penalty for the owner of a dog causing injury or death is two-years, an unlimited fine, or both.

Jim Moran spoke to BBC Breakfast about his experience after his guide dog, Carlton, was attacked by a bull terrier.

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