Puppy in Dublin Found Being 'T...


Puppy in Dublin Found Being 'Traded for Drugs'

Alex Rowley
Alex Rowley

08:43 6 Mar 2024

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A 3-week old puppy's been seized by Gardaí in Dublin.

The pup was brought to Kevin Street Garda Station after a mobile patrol spotted her being 'traded for drugs' in the city centre.

Volunteers from the Cork-based animal charity 'My Lovely Horse Rescue' travelled to the capital.

They took her off the hands of the Gardaí and said they were 'grateful'.

The dog has been named 'Annabelle'.

The charity's co-founder Martina Kenny thinks that society is becoming less empathetic.

She says animals are "used and abused" every day in Ireland.


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