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    30 Dead dogs found in home of a Danish man

    NewsWorld Dog NewsFriday 10 May 2013
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    After a routine search of a house police were horrified when they found over 30 dead dogs in a freezer. Along with the search 4 dogs were found alive and also a living snake was found on the premises.

    Police were called to the man’s house in Hjørring, Jutland when they were investigating complaints of loud barking. He had also failed to pay certain fines and was in trouble for disturbing the peace. He ignored a court order in April banning him from keeping dogs on his property. It was simply a routine search that they uncovered all the dead dogs in the freezer

    There were said to be 25 puppies among the dead with the other five being adult dogs. They were said to be mainly fox terriers.

    The man, aged 65, who has not been named, had been in trouble with the police before since 3 years ago.

    Leading the investigation, police office Bach said that "It is unusual to keep so many dogs in a freezer, so we need to investigate, via an autopsy, how the dogs have been put down,"

    Fox Terriers originated in the 19th century from England. There is the Smooth Fox Terrier and the Wire Fox Terrier. The average lifespan for a Fox Terrier is around 15 years old.

    Source: Huffington Post

    Photo: Wikimedia

     

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