Blue dogs in Russia cause amazement – what’s behind it?


Updated February 22, 2021, 12:08 p.m.

Seven brightly colored stray dogs pose a mystery to the authorities of a Russian city.  The  animals were taken to veterinary clinics for examination. Russian media see a closed factory as a possible reason.

After the photos of the unusual dogs became public, animal rights activists in Russia sounded the alarm, as reported by the newspaper “© The  Moskow Times”. ©

 The y wondered if there was a health risk for the animals.

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A total of seven blue dogs were taken to veterinary clinics for examination, according to local authorities. Various tests were carried out on them there.
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According to Ria Nowostu, the tests did not result in any abnormal values ​​in any of the seven animals. Except for the unusual coat color, everything is fine with the dogs. Two of the strays have since found new owners.
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But what happened to the dogs? As the “Ria Novosti” agency reported, citing an insolvency administrator, they had probably previously walked around the site of a disused Plexiglas factory and possibly fell into copper sulfate. © The  authorities said they had contacted the company about this.

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Even a member of the State Duma recently intervened in the mysterious case: It must be clarified whether the substances are dangerous for people, said the chairman of the Environment Committee, Vladimir Burmatov, in an interview with the radio station Govorit Moskva.
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© The  public prosecutor’s office has already been involved because the blue strays could be an indication of a serious environmental problem, he said. “We need to be very specific now about where these poor guys climbed around.” (With dpa material)

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