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ALERT: Anti freeze in puddles PLYMOUTH

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Irish Setter Gal, Jul 4, 2011.


  1. Irish Setter Gal

    Irish Setter Gal PetForums Senior

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    Not sure where best to post this or if indeed it's been posted before, but I have just collected this notice from an IRS forum I occasionally visit

    URGENT NOTICE FOR DOGS IN PLYMOUTH

    URGENT MESSAGE TO ALL DOG 'OWNERS' IN PLYMOUTH!!! Somebody is putting antifreeze in puddles, with the intention to poison dogs. Sadly, there have been
    deaths at Central Park and Saltram House. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!

    Spreading the word
     
  2. SpringerHusky

    SpringerHusky PetForums VIP

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    This has been postd but there's been no warnings for about 2/3 weeks now.

    The local radio have said there's been no reported incidents which is odd because I met someone who had so to be honest i'm confused.
     
  3. Irish Setter Gal

    Irish Setter Gal PetForums Senior

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    It came from the P.A.T forum
     
  4. SpringerHusky

    SpringerHusky PetForums VIP

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    Yeah, it's going around.

    I live IN plymouth and i've still no idea
     
  5. v8snake

    v8snake PetForums Newbie

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    This seems to be a warning that has cropped up in various areas of the country over the past few years. A local organiser of a puppy class contacted all local vets and there were no incidents reported. Looks like scaremongering by someone who doesn't want dogs in parks.
     
  6. Beagle Mafia

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    I heard someone mention it today at Devvy park :confused:

    I'd imagine cases are rare, but should still be vigilant :)
     
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