Published December 21, 2012 by delia1979

Canadian Horse Defence Coalition's Blog

Orangeville Banner by Chris Halliday

horsesThe Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) has closed its probe into complaints relating to the health of a herd of hroses in Erin, without charges being laid.

“Our investigation concludd that the animals were not in distress,” agency spokesperson Alison Cross said in an email.  “As such, the Ontario SPCA has no further jurisdiction into the matter.”

Conincidentally, members from both sides of a dispute surrounding the herd of Tennessee Walking Horses on 8th line in Erin are pointing fingers of blame squarely at the OSPCA.

Lynn Hindmarsh, one of those local equine enthusiasts concerned about the horses’ health, argues the OSPCA should itself be investigated.

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