A number of puppies and adult dogs were seized by the Scottish SPCA this week as part of the multi-agency collaboration across the UK and Ireland called Operation Delphin. They were found in a vehicle disembarking a ferry. The animals had originated from the Republic of Ireland. None of the animals were microchipped and there was no paperwork showing ownership or vaccinations.
A total of 11 puppies and 2 adult dogs were returned on the ferry to Belfast and were held by the Ulster SPCA. Unfortunately, 4 of the puppies who were sick died of a highly contagious disease called Parvo Virus during their first night and the remaining animals are now being cared for by the DSPCA who are investigating the case in collaboration with the Scottish SPCA.
The remaining animals, one 12 week old Labrador puppy, six 10 week old springer spaniel puppies, and two adult dogs are being treated by DSPCA Vets. They are not currently looking for homes as they are part of an investigation.
The DSPCA are looking for any information that may help in this and other cases of illegal exportation of dogs. Please email email@example.com
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