100 sled dogs killed in B.C. ‘massacre’

VANCOUVER—The killings took place over two days. The dogs were rounded up, shot or stabbed and left in a mass grave.

As the slaughter went on, the animals made “guttural sounds” and had “fear in their eyes,” according to WorkSafeBC documents.

Nearly 10 months after the dogs were killed in Whistler in what the B.C. SPCA has called “an absolute massacre,” the RCMP is investigating and the Vancouver Humane Society is calling for an immediate ban on all dog-sled tour operations in the province.

The rest of the details can be read here:


Spread the Word:

blinkbits blinklist bloglines blogmarks buddymarks comments citeulike delicious digg diigo feedmelinks fark furl google gravee linkagogo magnolia netvouz newsvine onlywire propeller reddit simpy slashdot sphinn spurl squidoo stumbleupon tagtooga taggly tailrank technorati rawsugar rojo yahoo

One Response to “100 sled dogs killed in B.C. ‘massacre’”

  1. Great site, thank you for being here!

Leave a Reply

Help stop the Seal slaughter


Canadian Animal Abuse Database

To view Animal abuse cases in Canada: Click Here


Permission to use photos of Queen Waldorf provided by Niagara Falls Humane Society


Falling Behind:
An international comparison of Canada's
Animal Cruelty Legislation

Click Here to view
Permission to post cruelty report given by IFAW