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Stray huskies increasingly reported from South Surrey's Colebrook Road

No evidence to substantiate whether dogs are being dumped in the area, city says
Surrey's Animal Resource Centre responded Sunday to a call of stray huskies on Colebrook Road – the fourth such call since December 2023.

Two stray husky dogs were reported over the weekend in Surrey, in an area that has seen "quite a few" strays over the last year.

On Sunday (June 9), two young adult huskies were reported stray on Colebrook Road in Surrey, according to Ashley Allen, shelter manager at Surrey Animal Resource Centre.

While two were reported, animal services officers were only able to capture one of them.

A trap for the second husky has been set, but it has yet to be caught, Allen said Monday morning.

"There have been quite a few huskies found in the same area over the past year, which leads many to believe they may be being dropped off there on purpose, but we do not have evidence to substantiate that claim." 

The Sunday case was the fourth time since December 2023 that stray huskies have been reported in the Colebrook Road area.

Sobia Moman

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Sobia Moman is a news and features reporter with the Peace Arch News.
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