'They were young and probably from the same litter' - Vet analyses dead dogs found at RAF site

A vet has ruled that dogs found dead at a disused RAF site were likely to have been from the same litter and just over a year old.
The gruesome find was discovered at the disused RAF Sturgate and the bodies were surrounded by empty shotgun shells.
A number of the bones were broken and a jaw on one of the carcasses had been dislocated.
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The Echo asked veterinary surgeon David Beech, from the The Veterinary Hospital, Newport, Lincoln, to look at the bodies to see if he could find out what happened to them.... read more

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