NJ Dog Owners Cautioned in Poisoned Meat Scare

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Cumberland county, NJ residents are urged to take precautions when walking their pets after three suspicious dog deaths in Vineland.

More specifically, trails along the Dividing Creek appear to have been laced with poisoned meatballs. Testing is underway to try to determine the toxins employed after a first level test came up negative for the most common poisons.

Though the trails are on private property, the SPCA says that if the meat turns out to be poisoned, whoever is to blame faces criminal charges. Anyone with information is asked to contact the SPCA at 856-691-1500.

Please share in the interest of those affected.

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2 thoughts on “NJ Dog Owners Cautioned in Poisoned Meat Scare”

  1. How horrible. We sure hate to think someone is targeting dogs. Soft woos to the families of those dogs.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  2. OMG WHAT AN AWFUL THING TO DO NO MATTER WHAT THIS SO CALLED IDIOT WAS TRYING TO DO, TO PUT POISON OUT ON THE GROUND IN MEAT FORM I BELIEVE IT WAS DONE ON PURPOSE THEY JUST DIDNT CARE, I SURE HOPE THEY FIND THE SICK BASTARD THAT DID THIS AND MAKE THEIR LIFE HELL FOR THEM, PLEASE KEEP US POSTED ON THIS STORY AS I WANT TO SEE WHAT THE POISON WAS AND THEN MAYBE SOME ONE SAW SOMETHING AND REPORT IT. I WANT TO SEE JUSTICE.

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