The Spanish Association of Rehalas (AER) has made allegations to the article 21 of the Order of Vedas of Navarra for the season 2017/2018.
As a most striking example, according to the current wording, prohibits the use in hunting big game dog of the breed dogo argentino, and, on the contrary, provides for a so unusual, as that is not hunting, as the German shepherd, guard dog by nature.
The proposal of the AER focuses on differentiating the type of dog to use according to the type of hunting in question, keeping two dogs of grip in the form of a trace, setting a maximum percentage of the dogs grip on the modalities of the hook, whipped or hunt legally organized and in keeping the ban out of these, as well as use hunting dogs to grip non-breeds as hunters and their crosses.
With these allegations, the AER seeks to draw attention to the department of Rural Development of the Government of Navarra, to which, on the one hand, to adjust the regulation of the use of dogs in big game hunting to the modalities of the hook, whipped and hunt referred to in the Order of Vedas and by other, regulated uniformly with other autonomous communities surrounding the use of dogs in big game hunting.
Our approach remains to legislate should not mean prohibit, but to regulate in a balanced way, in this case, the use of dogs in big game hunting within a regional community that is as rich as diverse environmentally.
We hope that the department of Rural Development reflects our proposal that we believe are beneficial to all the interests at stake and allow a balanced composition in the dogs that are participating in the hooks, whipped and monterías in Navarra the next season.