Your dog first!
Your dog first!
How do we proceed?
Once we get a report of poison along the way, we send one of our volunteers to clean it up and place a sign to let the dog owners know that this is a potentially dangerous neighborhood and that they have to pay extra attention during the walk with their dog
We also inform the local police (if you have not done so yourself), who can then take the necessary steps.
How can you help?
You can help us (and all dog lovers) by reporting poison along the road.
ATTENTION: If your dog has eaten it, go to the vet as soon as possible. You should take a sample of the 'poison' with you (you always have dog waste bags) so that the vet knows what it is about. The report can be made later or by the veterinarian himself. If you wish to inform the police yourself, do so via the local police and NOT via the emergency numbers 101 or 112.
If possible, take a picture of the poison and the place where it is located so that we can pass it on to the teams and pass it on to the local police.
Also try to describe as precisely as possible where you found the poison (street name, other recognizable location, ...)
Please provide your personal details with every report, THESE WILL NOT BE MADE PUBLIC, so that we can contact you if necessary.
Are you a victim (has your dog been poisoned)?
You can count on us for moral and logistical support.
There is the possibility to tell your story via a blog and you can talk to fellow victims in our forum.
However, if you wish to file a complaint against unknown persons (the person who has placed the poison), you should do so via the veterinarian and / or the local police. (Note: there is a cost tag attached to the lab and possibly other studies.)