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Guam - Territorial Veterinarian Dr. Tom Poole says the case of 110 dead dogs found dumped in a boonie area of Dededo remains unsolved, but he denies any suggestion that Guam Animals in Need may have been responsible, as suggested by controversial veterinarian Dr. Joel Joseph.Dr. Joseph made the suggestion in a recent exchange of emails with Dr. Poole, copied to island media.
The dead animals were discovered back in January in an area near where the new hospital is being constructed.
In his email Dr. Joseph to Dr. Poole, Joseph alludes to a "charitable organization" as being the responsible agency for the animal carcasses found at the dump site. And Dr. Joseph alleges that Dr. Poole poorly investigated the illegal dump site of dead animal bodies.
Dr. Poole acknowledges that over a hundred animal carcasses were found in the jungle area near the Route 3 and Route 1 intersection. He says Dr. Joseph has a "twisted sense of humor" by accusing GAIN of dumping the bodies there.Dim lights Embed Embed this video on your site
Dr. Poole says that logically, GAIN could not be responsible because the Department of Agriculture pays a contractor to pick up carcasses from GAIN and haul them to the landfill for proper disposal.
Dr. Poole says he still has no idea who dumped the animal bodies, but suspects "a local veterinarian" was behind it.
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