sheramber wrote: »
A couple of years ago there was a case of an owner being advised that his dog had gone missing while in kennels.
The owner and helpers, postered, teavelled miles and spent hours waliking and searching for any leads on the dog.
Several weeks later, the owner recieved a telephone call from a man who had just seen a poster He told her he had knocked down a dog answering the description - an easly recognosed breed- but a man had come out of the kennels claiming he was the owner and would take care of it.
Further enquiries and many denials and putting the pieces of the stories together, it appeared that the kennel owner had gone away for the weekend and left a friend in charge.
The dog had escaped while being exercised and ran in to the road and was killed.
Whether he had told the kennel owner was not known.
As the dog owner was considering legal action no further updates were given.
You really do need to check out any kennels carefully , including where and how they exercise the dogs and preferably have a personal recommendation.
Also, remember good kennels get booked up early so don't wait until the last minute.
noelphobic wrote: »
This is where things stand now. All kinds of horrific details have come to light.
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