Animal welfare operation underway in Pembroke Dock

AN ongoing operation to ‘secure the safety and welfare’ of animals is underway.

Dogs Trust vans, including a dog ambulance, have arrived at a site on Ferry Lane, Pembroke Dock.

Dyfed-Powys Police are also on the scene.

The Dogs Trust said that 37 dogs have been removed from the site.

The Dogs Trust said: “On Tuesday 29 January, we assisted Pembrokeshire County Council, and Dyfed-Powys police in attending to dogs whose welfare has potentially been compromised at a premises near Pembroke Dock.

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https://www.westerntelegraph.co.uk/news/17392778.animal-welfare-operation-underway-in-pembroke-dock/

3 Comments

  1. Jayne
    Jayne 8 months ago

    The DogLost police liason team have been in touch with Pembrokeshire police with concerns about peoples stolen dogs and Pembrokeshire police have been in touch…awaiting an update.

  2. Helen Burton 8 months ago

    Heart breaking , how long has this been going on , how many more have gone before , how does this happen in the Uk, when are they going to update and amend regulation and legislation , why did they not listen to the voices telling them a year ago, how many of us will never know , who really cares , so many questions , I wonder how many will get answers 😢

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