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'Dog lard sale' probed in Poland

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Polish police are questioning a woman suspected of fattening up dogs and slaughtering them to sell the lard as a health supplement, reports say.

The police said 28 well-fed dogs, including St Bernards and puppies, were found in cages on a farm, along with bottles of lard, AFP news agency said.

An animal welfare group tipped off the police after buying some lard at the farm near Czestochowa, southern Poland.

It said some dogs "were overfed to the point of no longer being able to walk".

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Enigmatic Ghost

I just don’t believe the events of the World can possibly get any more Bizarre than they have been throughout 2008 -2009, it just can’t be topped :blink:

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FairyJosie25

I'm amazed that after all I read, I can still be disgusted by some people's actions - this is just as bad as some of those bizarre 'folk remedies' they use in Asia.

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Mishu

How can you do that to poor dogs???? Thats sick! :angry2:

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Blue Raven
:angry::angry: Let me at her, let me at...!!! They should really send her to my address, I will make her wish that she has never been born. Sick, sick and twisted waste of air, how do you do this to dogs or any other animals? :angry:

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Blueguardian

Lets feed the culprit until she cant walk.

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Mistydawn

I think I am going to leave the planet about now... or/and be sick. :(

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