Animal – Dog. Taken as a whole, the Crown Court ruling had provided an adequate explanation and reasons for why it had concluded, as it expressly had, that the magistrates' court had been correct to impose an immediate destruction order or a non-contingent destruction order with respect to the claimant's dog. Accordingly, the Divisional Court dismissed the claimant's application for judicial review of the Crown Court's decision, although it had not identified the statutory provisions and case law that it had considered in having reached its decision.