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

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