39 days ago

Owner's warning after dog nearly dies after eating rat poison

Stacey Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

An Auckland dog owner is warning of the dangers rat bait can cause after her beloved pet nearly died after ingesting it twice.

Tracy Leach said her 8-year-old golden retriever Daisy first got sick about four weeks ago on their rural property in Glenbrook, south of Auckland.

She bounced back pretty quickly but Leach started to notice she was vomiting constantly and consuming a lot of water - causing her to take Daisy back to the vet.

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2 hours ago

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2 hours ago

Choices Flooring’s Inspiring Choices Magazine

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1 day ago

Bad bus driver/s

Santhran from Sunnyhills

On my way home tonight I had an encounter with 2 buses racing up Pakuranga Highway.

The incident occurred at around 6:20pm with 2 Howick and Eastern buses racing each other up Pakuranga H'way at speeds of around 80km/h. This happened during peak hour, between the Highland Park center and Cascades Road, heading toward Pakuranga Plaza.

The obvious disregard of the road rules and the fact that pedestrians and drivers are out to unnecessary risk is absolutely unacceptable.

Has anyone else had such encounters? Do the speed limits and road rules not apply to the bus services? And..How do we go about reporting and preventing this happening in our neighbourhood?

Not impressed.