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Horrible People are Putting Meat Stuffed With Poison and Needles in Off-Leash Dog Parks in Richmond to Harm Dogs


Horrible People are Putting Meat Stuffed With Poison and Needles in Off-Leash Dog Parks in Richmond to Harm Dogs |

Horrible people are putting meat stuffed with poison and needles in off-leash dog parks in Richmond to harm dogs. To know more about the story, check the

In today’s world, there are many dangers that can harm your dog. There have been lots of abuse cases where dogs were killed, burned, beaten and starved to death, as well as severely abused in other ways.

Lately, there has also been a harmful event that particularly happened in dog parks in Richmond.

Watch your dogs on Burnaby mountain. This was pulled out of the mouth of a friend’s dog on the North Road trail. Needles in meat. Please share!

Posted by Lorraine Ismail on Saturday, September 7, 2019

If you live in Richmond with your dog, you got to be careful about walking your dog in off-leash dog parks. The city warns dog parents about a dreadful danger for dogs.

The city warning came after they found that there was meat with needles and poison lying on dog parks.

Naturally, dogs are curious and love meat. So, if you walk with them in those parks, they may eat them and die from poison as well as harming their internal intestines.

But, how did the city know about this cruel action?

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