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Posted: May 27, 2020

Clinic warns of possible dog poisonings as reward offered

A Cranbrook veterinary practice is alerting the public to possible dog poisonings in an area off Hidden Valley Road.

Steeples Veterinary Clinic today warned people to “be cautious around the Gold Creek area, specifically the rock quarry on Hidden Valley Road. We have had suspicious cases of suspected poisonings from dogs that have visited this area.”

The clinic added it has an open investigation with the RCMP and urge people to call the police (250-489-3471) is they have any information.

Additionally, another Cranbrook business today stepped up to help stop this activity.

Top Crop, Garden, Farm and Pet announced it is offering a $1,000 reward “towards the prosecution of the people responsible for this act of cruelty.

“Please contact the RCMP with any info. I will personally write the cheque to catch the awful person responsible for this,” Top Crop stated on Facebook.

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