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Dead puppy & multiple dogs removed from Winnipeg

12 Aug 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

You never know if the one you are trusting is trustworthy or not. Well, recently a dead pup and many more dogs were rescued from Winnipeg Valley Garden area, which comes under Winnipeg dog rescue group. These dogs were under their supervision.

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The chief veterinary office of Manitoba found a dead pup and numerous other adult mutts from the area. The investigation of the same is in the process. The director of a local dog rescue told that there were a minimum of five dogs that were apparently found dead as well. About 10 to 15 dogs were found alive, however suffering from varied kinds of illness.

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The pictures were clicked by the local dog rescue centre which showcased the bad conditions of dogs. The unsanitary circumstances for dogs made them furthermore sick and ill. The Winnipeg Humane Society has sent a team to the respective place, which would assist the conditions to get better. Currently, the Winnipeg Humane Society has about four dogs under its guardianship. The four others are in taken care by Homeless and Injured Animal Rescue of Canada Inc. it is certainly bizarre to see how bad the things were. Colleen Holloway, who is working the Manitoba Mutts Dog Rescue mentioned saying, “There are no regulations that exist to run a rescue. I myself could have a Facebook page and be a rescue tomorrow and take the public's money and rack up a bill at a vet and potentially not pay it. It is not controlled.”

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It is highly important that people understand that taking care of an animal isn’t a job of ignorance. One has to be equally aware. We hope the situation gets better soon.

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