Dog freed from baggage locker

20th September 2007, Comments 0 comments

20 September 2007, SCHIPHOL – The Royal Marechaussee rescued a young white keeshond from a baggage locker this week.

20 September 2007

SCHIPHOL – The Royal Marechaussee rescued a young white keeshond from a baggage locker this week.

The dog has been handed over to veterinary services. The animal had been in the locker for 36 hours.

A Schiphol worker heard strange noises coming from a locker on Tuesday morning and alerted Marechaussee. The locker contained three pieces of luggage and a young dog. The dog had been put in a small animal carrier between the suitcases. Water and some food had been left in the dog's carrier.

The owner will be facing a substantial fine if he reports to pick up his dog and luggage. The dog is in professional care at the moment and in good condition.

[Copyright Expatica News + ANP 2007]

Subject: Dutch news

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