Canadian authorities are investigating after 38 puppies arrived dead at Toronto Pearson Airport earlier this month.
At least 500 French bulldogs were on the Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) flight, with many of them sick when arriving at the airport on Saturday, June 13 (local time), according to the CFIA, a federal agency that is responsible for regulating the importation of animals into Canada.
“Upon arrival, many of the dogs were suffering from dehydration, weakness and/or vomiting,” a CFIA spokesperson said Friday.
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“CFIA officials are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding this incident and will determine next steps once the investigation is complete.”
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