Animal control officers rescued these seven puppies from under an old shearing quarters and named them Bill, Lucy, Kym, Gail, Lorelle, Brent and Chris.
Animal control officers have rescued seven puppies from under a Bexley property.
Christchurch City Council senior animal control officer Bill Kohi said his team had been after a certain stray dog, which they later named Bex, since November.
“She’d been wandering there for some time and we’d tried on several occasions [to catch her],” he said.
The tried using a trap cage with food in it.
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“She was very elusive. We couldn’t get close to her and she wouldn’t go in the trap.”
Last week several people complained to animal control that Bex had been on private properties looking for food and would become aggressive …
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