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ASPCA Investigates Alleged Dog Poisoning Case

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 - 1:15pm
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APSCA Humane Law Enforcement Agents are investigating the deaths of several dogs that became violently ill in July after visiting Riverside Park in upper Manhattan. The animals’ guardians suspect the dogs were victims of intentional poisoning.

We are working to determine the cause of these dogs’ tragic endings. If you have any information related to this case, please contact the ASPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement department at (212) 876-7700, ext. 4450.

Please stay tuned to ASPCA.org for more information about this developing case.

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Kalley Mahon

This is the #1 reason to make sure to take your dogs to a training center that will teach you how to poison proof your dog - training saves lives! Here in my local city, we have had a person or persons putting staples and razor blades in cheese and leaving it at dog parks.

In my point of view, successful dog training is not only about getting your dog to understand you—it’s about how much you understanding your dog. Dog training will improve the relationship and interaction between you and the dog, once your dog was well trained, you will have fun with the dog.