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Nervous corgi tied up and abandoned outside Yardley vets

Solihull Editorial 18th Jul, 2017   0

The RSPCA is appealing for information after a nervous corgi was tied up and abandoned outside a vets in Yardley.

The male dog was found by a member of the public outside Fivelands Vets, in Church Road, at around 10.50pm on July 7.

Shortly before finding the dog, the member of the public saw two white Citroen vans hanging around the area, one with two males inside and the other with one male inside.

RSPCA inspector Louise Marston said: “Unfortunately we have no further description of the males and no registration numbers or CCTV, so we are relying on the public to help us further in this investigation.

“The dog was tied up outside the vets and was, understandably, very nervous. He is not microchipped and so we have no way of knowing where he came from.”

The dog is now with the local dog warden.

Anyone who has any information should contact the RSPCA on 0300 123 8018, leaving a message for Inspector Marston.

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