12 dogs kidnapped from Vancouver Island breeder after animal cruelty complaint
The BC SPCA is looking after a dozen small dogs that were seized from a breeder on Vancouver Island. The animals seized were Chihuahua crosses, along with a Shih Tzu cross.
According to the organization, the four adult dogs and eight three-month-old puppies were seized for lack of veterinary care.
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“In response to a public complaint, our officers attended the scene on February 2 and discovered several problems, including suspected parvovirus, signs of neurological problems, lameness, eye infections, serious dental disease and infections. ear, ”said Eileen Drever, senior executive, protection and stakeholder relations for the BC SPCA.
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The case is still being investigated and the dogs are not available for adoption at this time.