Revenue seize a puppy at Dublin Port

A puppy has been seized by revenue officers at Dublin Port.

The German Shepherd was found when two British nationals were stopped and searched.

The women were travelling to the UK - but did not have a pet passport and the dog was not microchipped or vaccinated.

The DSPCA is now taking care of the dog and an investigation is underway.

- Digital Desk

Related Articles

New Zealand bans most foreigners from buying homes

Natasha Yaremczuk committed anti-doping rule violation, rules Sport Ireland

Adrspach’s giant stone columns are hugely impressive

Divers hope to net support for the removal of ‘ghost’ fishing gear off west coast

More in this Section

Teen arrested after being caught with €50k worth of cocaine

Ulster Unionist councillor set to face motion of no confidence

Fianna Fáil hit out over defence forces pay during Papal visit

With 130 days until December 25, Brown Thomas opens Christmas Shop

More From The Irish Examiner