Saskatchewan

Saskatoon officials caution dog owners after reports of poisoned meat

The City of Saskatoon is advising pet owners to keep a watchful eye on their dogs at off-leash parks after reports of poisoned meat in the north end.

The City of Saskatoon is advising pet owners to keep a watchful eye on their dogs at off-leash parks after reports of poisoned meat in the north end. 

The College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan said it got word that infected meat was found in a naturalized area on the school's land. 

Animal Control and Leisure Services Branch have not received any reports. 

Police and the city said they have not found evidence of poisoned meat. 

However, dog owners are being reminded to use caution when in off-leash parks. 

If anyone notices anything suspicious they are being asked to contact Saskatoon police. 

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