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Dog poisonings on the increase in Rarotonga

Monday 27 June 2022 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Local, National

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Dog poisonings on the increase in Rarotonga
Roaming packs of dogs have been the subject of complaints by some residents and visitors to Rarotonga. FILE/16071831

Temu Okotai from Rutaki says poison killed two of his dogs which had been part of his family for the past ten years, while Te Are Manu Veterinary Clinic is experiencing a significant influx of poisoned dogs on Rarotonga.

Temu Okotai from Rutaki says poison killed two of his dogs which had been part of his family for the past ten years, while Te Are Manu Veterinary Clinic is experiencing a significant influx of poisoned dogs on Rarotonga.


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