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Here's a link from Sheffield Online's Facebook page about the subject:

 

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=986719514690257&id=609632969065582

 

This post is from December 2014. I 've seen a few online statuses about this but not heard anything around hillsborough from residents or anything I m from the local area.

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Apparently Hallam Vets at hillsborough have treated a few

 

Have you spoken to Hallam vets yourself? What do you mean by treated a few? A few dogs with the same symptoms or a few dogs that had deliberately been poisoned with rat poison.

 

---------- Post added 11-11-2015 at 13:50 ----------

 

The same story is going round Liverpool, Ellesmere Port and Wirral.

 

The same story has been doing the rounds all over the world for a good ten years, but it spreads further and faster now we have the internet.

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my dog is walked regularly round rivelin and has recently had hemmoratic diarrhea which resulted in him being severly ill , 3 days in the vets and a very large bill , but thankfully he fully recovered . Now he is very likely to eat something if its left around he is a lab after all but i,m not sure if there is a link or not but please be very careful walking your dogs round this area because i wouldn,t want anybody to go through what we did .

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Have you spoken to Hallam vets yourself? What do you mean by treated a few? A few dogs with the same symptoms or a few dogs that had deliberately been poisoned with rat poison.

 

---------- Post added 11-11-2015 at 13:50 ----------

 

 

The same story has been doing the rounds all over the world for a good ten years, but it spreads further and faster now we have the internet.

 

My grandma's 3yr old Pomeranian was put to sleep after suffering for 5 days with organ failure due to, what a senior Hallam Vet described as some form of rat poisoning...

 

This isn't hearsay as I was there.

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my dog is walked regularly round rivelin and has recently had hemmoratic diarrhea which resulted in him being severly ill , 3 days in the vets and a very large bill , but thankfully he fully recovered . Now he is very likely to eat something if its left around he is a lab after all but i,m not sure if there is a link or not but please be very careful walking your dogs round this area because i wouldn,t want anybody to go through what we did .

 

Did the vet have a view about probable cause? Did you see your dog eat anything unusual? Have you ever seen poison-laced food in Rivelin?

 

---------- Post added 11-11-2015 at 17:57 ----------

 

My grandma's 3yr old Pomeranian was put to sleep after suffering for 5 days with organ failure due to, what a senior Hallam Vet described as some form of rat poisoning...

 

This isn't hearsay as I was there.

 

That's horrible.

 

So is there any evidence that the dog was deliberately poisoned?

 

Also, note how different the symptoms are here compared to other stories.

 

---------- Post added 11-11-2015 at 17:58 ----------

 

this is nasty why do that,

 

People shouldn't poison dogs, should they? And it does happen, and it's nasty when it does.

 

But there is no evidence here of a campaign of dog poisoning in Sheffield parks.

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This is what it says on the Hallam Vet site on facebook

 

Please be vigilant if you are walking dogs in Hillsborough/Rivelin parks, there have been reports of rat poisoned meat being left there. Take care and keep dogs on a lead, contact the police if you see any suspicious behaviour!

 

There have been reports. Not we have seen any dogs die from rat poison.

 

https://www.facebook.com/Hallam-Veterinary-Centre-420496904678997/

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