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Is Someone Purposely Poisoning Dogs In Riverside Park? (page 2)

A Handful Of Pets Died In Similar Fashion Earlier This Summer; Owners Furious
FILE -- Riverside Park (Photo: CBSNewYork.com)

FILE — Riverside Park (Photo: CBSNewYork.com)

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.So now the people in this neighborhood are working alongside the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to investigate and to see if any more dogs are in danger.

“It just makes me wonder, really, what’s going on?” Heismann said.

Dr. David Bessler of Bluepearl Veterinary Partners admitted it’s a mystery and likely has nothing to do with any leftover rat poison in the park.

“These are not the symptoms that we see with rat poisoning.  The majority of rat poisons that we see out there cause bleeding and not seizures like this,” Bessler said.

He said it could’ve been heat stroke, but Heismann said she is afraid it’s something more sinister.

“This is a totally healthy dog and I can’t believe he would die from heat stroke,” Heismann said.

There’s now fear that someone is deliberately poisoning their dogs.

“It’s a really terrible thing to go through when you have this pet and it’s part of your family and you’ve had it a really long time, and then all the sudden they’re totally healthy and then they’re gone,” Picard said.

An investigation is ongoing, so for now people around the park are keeping their dogs on a tight leash.

If the rumors of intentional poisoning prove to be true, it could lead to criminal charges of animal cruelty.