Four dogs went missing from an SPCA shelter in Prince George, BC after an all-night break-in on Thursday.
Staff arrived at the site on Friday morning to discover that someone had broken in and released all the dogs in one section of the building. I did.
Two of the missing dogs have since been found and four remain missing. Two of the missing dogs were in shelters as part of an animal care contract with the city of Prince George, according to a news release from the BC SPCA on Friday.
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“The infestation is believed to be related to these two dogs, but has not been confirmed,” said Jamey Blair, senior manager of the BC SPCA for the North Caribou region.
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The two missing SPCA dogs are described as a Rottweiler mix and a Great Pyrenees mix.
Anyone who finds them is asked to contact the Prince George SPCA at 250-562-5511.
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Four dogs missing overnight after being burglarized at Prince George SPCA
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