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Posted by:Jul 12th 2006, 03:56:14 pm
Kat77Amen to the bags of gold comment! I have to disagree with the 1st comment on not seeing dogs. My family is from HI and I remember seeing TONS of "potcake" doggies running around. The numbers were controlled due to recent interest in spaying and neutering and I haven't seen as many the past 5 years. It sadens me to hear of poisonings...I hope it isn't true.
Posted by:Jul 12th 2006, 08:03:24 am
smittyWith the bags full of gold required to visit Harbour Island these days, I'm surprised if anyone has room left over to bring their dog.Double Sheeesh
Posted by:Jul 11th 2006, 09:13:53 pm
MSHills15 DEAD DOGS? Whose dogs? I don't think there have been 15 wild dogs on the Island in ten years. Does this mean tourists should not bring their dogs? Sheesh
Posted by:Jul 7th 2006, 03:42:00 pm
Fig Tree News Team$1,000 reward offered by Briland Animal Rescue Association for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those persons responsible for poisoning dogs on Harbour Island.

There have been 15 confirmed dog poisonings during the past two weeks. Humans are also at risk, particularly children.

Please keep a close eye on your pets and report any suspicious activity to the police. Call 333-2111.

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