Lions bring in reid for inquest into deaths of dogs on property
The Federal Government is paying a private company to conduct an independent investigation into dog deaths, following one of the deaths on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast last week.
The Government has not said if the inquest will take place, but Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said the government had to come to terms with the dogs’ deaths, and that more needed to be done in relation to dog deaths.
The Government has appointed the Dog and Felinity Dogs Research Fund (DFD) in Queensland to conduct the inquiry.
Dr John Stott has been appointed by Queensland Police’s investigations squad to conduct the project.
There was concern a year ago when six dogs were found dead inside a locked shed inside the property of two women, two who are close to the family and a mother who had just given birth.
Dr Stott said they had not seen any proof of foul play.
“No dog of any description or breed has ever been discovered to have been involved in this matter and it is extremely unusual to see so little trace of the dogs they had been bred for in those days,” he said.
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“At this time we are not sure how the dogs found and reported being involved in this incident died but we will be conducting investigations and there will be a full investigation into this incident and any concerns it may have raised,바카라 사이트” he said.
In the meantime, families affected by the deaths are expected to contact the a세종안마nimal services at Animal Safe Queensland if they believe the dog was owned.
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