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Seized dogs in kennels
  1. Richard Chamings
  1. White House Vets, Malvern, WR14 1PJ
  1. e-mail: info{at}whitehousevets.com

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I read with interest the letter submitted by Kendal Shepherd (VR, 11 May 2018, vol 182, p 552) ‘Responsibility for seized dogs’ in which she raises several issues. I have had seized dogs under my care for the past 15 years. On admission to the kennels, these dogs have a health check, are vaccinated …

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