Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

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Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby Aresa » Fri Mar 07, 2008 5:11 pm

Breaking news on BBC, Lenny Harper, who has been doing such a fantastic job, under difficult circumstances. (media twisting his words).

Dog finds a couple of spots in the bath in the 1st cellar they have been searching.

Interesting to see whether it will be human blood or otherwise.

Watching these fantastic dogs with a great deal of interest, like many of you.

God Bless Madeleine
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Re: Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby Finmental » Fri Mar 07, 2008 5:41 pm

on Skynews they wrote "there could be innocent explanations".

where have I heard this before connected with children or a child....

great dogs....the only evil animals that exist are a minority few human beings..... :evil:
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Re: Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby shoperoo » Sat Mar 08, 2008 10:32 am

Aresa wrote:Breaking news on BBC, Lenny Harper, who has been doing such a fantastic job, under difficult circumstances. (media twisting his words).

Dog finds a couple of spots in the bath in the 1st cellar they have been searching.

Interesting to see whether it will be human blood or otherwise.

Watching these fantastic dogs with a great deal of interest, like many of you.

God Bless Madeleine


BBC say the dog who I'm presuming to be Keela indicated two different spots.

Amazing dogs.

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Re: Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby shoperoo » Sat Mar 08, 2008 11:27 am

BBC have now stated that the blood (which was invisible to the naked eye) has been tested and proves to be human blood. Its now been sent to the mainland for DNA testing. Looks like Keela has had another hit.
Incredible when you think these blood specks are miniscule and the room was bricked up 5 years ago.
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Re: Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby azrael72 » Sat Mar 08, 2008 11:33 am

these dogs never fail to impress.....they are outstanding......
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Re: Blood dogs find spots in bath at Jersey care home

Postby Jennyfowler » Sat Mar 08, 2008 2:59 pm

Love the kitten patting the duckling. Just lovely.

Love the piccy of the dog Alaskan hound sled pulleris it? and that little poem.

I got and keep nice stories of animals. Got several of Dogs saving humans.

One is about and Alsation in Holland that pulled a little crawling baby back off the ledge it was on back into the room. Another where dog had slept next and on it's owner and kept him alive.

There is so much bad publicity re dogs. And dont get me on horses that literally gallped themselves to death and noted in poem. Anyone else ever read From Ghent to Aix.
This morning coming back from Lincoln we encountered a horse out of its' field. very worrying time we crept along behind and then nearly beside it. jsut to see it stop and go to more horses hoping he got back into the field with them. He seemed to know where he was going. A lovely little cob with black fluffy fetlocks. I hope he's safe.
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