The owner of two spaniels has been ordered to pay hundreds of pounds in fines and costs after his dogs injured two women while out on a walk.

Jonathan Tabb, 56, of The Warren, Chesham, was charged with two counts of being in control of dangerously out-of-control dogs causing injury.

He pleaded guilty to all charges at High Wycombe Magistrates' Court on April 5.

The court heard that, on August 19, two spaniels owned by Mr Tabb - named Connie and Mousie - were found out-of-control in Baldwins Wood, near Wendover.

The dogs injured two women.

Magistrates handed Tabb a community order, requiring him to complete 15 days of rehabilitation activities.

In addition, he was ordered to pay £200 in compensation, £85 in court costs, and a £114 victim surcharge.