Dogs poisoned at Burton Riggs Nature Reserve
Three dogs died minutes after being at Burton Riggs Nature Reserve in North Yorkshire. All dog-walkers have been asked to stay away from the area, according to BBC News.
The warning of potential risk of dog-poisoning has been put up by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust at Burton Riggs Nature Reserve at Seamer. The dog owners have been asked to take special caution when walking their pets while tests are being carried out at the reserve.
The death of three dogs from Yorkshire follows the death of other eight dogs poisoned from Keighley. However, the RSPCA claims that these two cases are not linked.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the RSPCA.
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