A couple have spoken of their heartbreak after their Dalmatian puppy was killed whilst at doggy day care. Emma Gee, 34, found a 'best friend' in her dog, Taylor and both she and her husband said the new addition to their family was their "baby" who was "loved to the ends of the earth." But tragedy struck on January 27 when Emma received a phone call from Heronswood Canine Retreat in Lancaster, telling her the beloved puppy had been killed in their care. READ MORE:Family's holiday nightmare as suitcases with bank cards, clothes and medication VANISH The couple were told Taylor was involved in an incident with an older dog which resulted in the death of their puppy, Lancs Live reports.
Emma said: "Despite CCTV cameras being dotted round; when officially asked by myself I was told there was no footage." The Lounge Doggy Day-Care is the largest dog care facility in the North West and is set up as an option for owners who may be "out at work all day".
Canines are dropped off in the morning, cared for throughout the day, and then picked up in the evening. "She was our little girl and our very best friend.
She came everywhere with us and life revolved around her and spending time together. We don’t have children, she was our baby - loved to the ends of the earth and she wanted for nothing," Emma said. "We have patiently and painfully waited and now Lancaster City Council has concluded its investigations.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk