Candlelight vigil for 3 slain dogs held in Saskatoon
Dozens of pet owners showed up to a dog park in Saskatoon last night for a candlelight vigil in memory of three dogs that were killed.
Last Sunday, a couple in the village of Pleasantdale was devastated after finding the three dogs dead on the side of a road.
Police are investigating but no one has been charged.
The message at the vigil was about putting a stop to animal cruelty.
Emily Pickett, who's with New Hope Dog Rescue where the dogs were adopted, says the animal cruelty laws are out of date.
"They need to be revamped and be effective. They're not effective," she said. "I think that things like this are also really good just to raise awareness and hopefully teach future generations to respect animals."
Police don't have a motive for the dog killings.
Anyone with information is being asked to call CrimeStoppers.