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Cremated' dogs dumped in field

An inquiry has begun after the bodies of dogs who were meant to have been formally cremated were found dumped in a Derbyshire field.
Police confirmed the remains of four dogs were discovered in Lower Hartshay, near Ripley, on 18 August.
Two owners said their dogs had been sent by vets for cremation and one family was sent ashes.
Peak Pet Cremations, the firm to which vets sent the two dogs with confirmed identities, has not commented.
Linda Brown, from Hucknall in Nottingham, made the "heartbreaking" decision to have her brown border collie Bournville put down after he was diagnosed with cancer in early August.
"We requested and paid for a sole, rather than mass, cremation and said we wanted the ashes back. We got an urn with ashes a few days later."
'Hurt, shock and anger'
But shortly afterwards the RSPCA rang to say Bournville had been found in a field and had been traced through his microchip.
"We had to identify him, which was very distressing. He had been in a field for a good few days in the weather, so his fur was matted up and there were bits and pieces on him.
"It was disbelief at the beginning because we thought we had his ashes, and then that turned into hurt, shock and anger."
Mrs Brown's vets said they had terminated their contract with a company called Peak Pet Cremations, based in Heage.
The company has not commented to the BBC but told other media they were currently closed and had recently been burgled.
But Derbyshire Police said no burglaries at pet crematoria had been reported.
Officers said they were liaising with the RSPCA, Amber Valley Environmental Health and the Environment Agency during the investigation.

Link: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/8221244.stm
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