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Trio caught attempting to enter Brisbane Dog Squad

Three stray dogs were located attempting to enter the Brisbane Dog Squad complex at Oxley today just after 2pm.

The troublesome trio (pictured below) are believed to be known to one another as they get on extremely well. They are described as:

  • Young male Rottweiler, black and tan in colour
  • Older(er) female Bull Terrier Cross, brindle and white in colour
  • Male “fluffy mop”, white in colour

The trio will have a story to tell their human/s after getting to ride in the back of a police vehicle to the animal shelter in Willawong.

This is a timely reminder to all dog (and cat) owners of the importance of microchipping. If your pet becomes lost then you are far more likely to become reunited with them if they are microchipped.

If you are the owner of these dogs, or know the owner, please contact the Animal Welfare League at 501 Gooderham Road, Willawong on 3714 2800.

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Constable Sam Mosey with two of the surprise visitors

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