Woodstock Police caution public after a dog dies of drug consumption

Woodstock Police cruiser.
Woodstock Police cruiser. 980 CFPL File Photo

Police in Woodstock, Ont., are warning pet owners after a dog died from consuming drugs while out for a walk.

Police received a report that a dog passed away on Nov. 11 from what test results revealed was narcotics consumption.

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The pet owner believes the dog consumed narcotics or drug paraphernalia while out for a walk.

Police are advising all pet owners to keep a close eye on their furry friends while they are out and about the city.

— With Files from Natalie Lovie Global News