GLASGOW pet owners are being urged to remain on guard after two dogs are said to have been deliberately poisoned in an East End park in Glasgow.

Dennistoun Community Council first raised the alarm about the incidents late Wednesday afternoon.

The group said its members received a report of an incident with two dogs which had to be rushed to a vet to be vomit-induced after walking in Alexandra Park earlier on Wednesday.

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The vet reportedly described a “chlorine smell” coming from food which had been ingested by the animals.

Although the animals were discharged, a warning has been issued to dog walkers after a spate of similar incidents across the city.

We reported last week how a Basset Hound who was a favourite with celebrities when they came to Glasgow died from suspected rat poisoning.

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This came after the Evening Times reported on a spate of similar attacks across Glasgow which prompted a leading psychologist to label such incidents the work of “psychopaths.”

Dennistoun councillor Allan Casey told the Evening Times: “I am completely shocked and appalled to hear of yet another report of dogs being wilfully poisoned in Alexandra Park in Dennistoun. It has been reported to me that this is the sixth such attempt to harm animals in the park in recent months.

“I understand the owners of the two dogs who were poisoned today have had to take the dogs immediately to the vets for emergency treatment. Thankfully, they have since been discharged.

“The vet has described the poisoned food to have had a strong smell of chlorine from it which is extremely similar to the previous incidents in the park.

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“I am seeking an urgent meeting with Police Scotland and council officers to highlight this extremely disturbing series of attacks. In the meantime, I would urge all dog walkers and users of the park to remain extremely vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour to Police Scotland.”