An eyewitness said the scene was horrific.
Canadian authorities have begun an intense investigation into the events that led to the killing of 38 pups on board a plane at Toronto airport over the weekend. Writes loader.
According to official bodies, at least 500 French Bulldog puppies were transported on one of the flights of Ukraine International Airlines (UIA), and 38 of them did not survive the flight. But the surviving animals also suffered greatly from the flight, with many showing symptoms of dehydration, vomiting, and weakness. An eyewitness waiting for another animal at the airport said the scene was terrifying and a “real nightmare”.
Canada and the federal government need to change their puppy import rules.
This is Scott WiseThe real problem, said the professor at the University of Guelph, is that many Canadians want to keep dogs that can be obtained from overseas, and as long as there is demand, similar cases cannot be ruled out in the future.
The UIA also spoke about what happened, and wrote in its statement that it expressed sympathy for the tragedy and will work with the authorities in every way to prevent a similar accident from occurring on their trips again.
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