Couple left heartbroken after finding out their dog had been cremated by kennel

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By James Kay

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A couple came back from a vacation to Turkey to be met with heartbreak as they found that the kennel had cremated their dog without any pre-warning.

Adam Gardner Mclean and Gemma Allan took their son Cody on vacation earlier this month and they left their French Bulldog, Pablo, in the care of a kennel in Whitburn, Scotland.

The kennel was recommended to them by a friend, and they assumed that Pablo would be in safe hands.

Unfortunately, this wasn't to be the case, as just days after they had jetted off to Turkey, they received a text from the owner of the Kennel explaining that their dog had died.

Taking to Facebook, Adam penned that the text message explained that Pablo has passed away after the owner took him for a walk at 05:30AM and then attended to her own dogs.

"She then claims that she attended to grooming her own two dogs in her summer house before returning to the house around 08:30AM to take him another walk, realising at this point he had passed away," Adam wrote.

The heartbroken dog owner revealed that the kennel explained that Pablo had been poorly for some days but they didn't make contact with his owners.

Worryingly, the family was informed that Pablo had been cremated without their permission 10 hours before they were informed of his death.

To add to this, according to Adam, the owner of the kennel told those who were cremating Pablo that she had his owner's permission.

When questioning the business that cremated his dog, Adam claims that he was informed that Pablo was very stiff and cold and this led them to believe that he had been deceased longer than the kennel was letting on.

Adam alleges that the kennel's owner had left Pablo in her car and this is where he lost his life. He claims that the evidence that supports his suspicions is that he still had his lead and harness on and the way in which he was positioned in the boot of the car would have made it difficult to get him in.

Our thoughts are with Pablo's family at this heartbreaking time.

Featured image credit: Cavan Images / Getty

Couple left heartbroken after finding out their dog had been cremated by kennel

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By James Kay

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A couple came back from a vacation to Turkey to be met with heartbreak as they found that the kennel had cremated their dog without any pre-warning.

Adam Gardner Mclean and Gemma Allan took their son Cody on vacation earlier this month and they left their French Bulldog, Pablo, in the care of a kennel in Whitburn, Scotland.

The kennel was recommended to them by a friend, and they assumed that Pablo would be in safe hands.

Unfortunately, this wasn't to be the case, as just days after they had jetted off to Turkey, they received a text from the owner of the Kennel explaining that their dog had died.

Taking to Facebook, Adam penned that the text message explained that Pablo has passed away after the owner took him for a walk at 05:30AM and then attended to her own dogs.

"She then claims that she attended to grooming her own two dogs in her summer house before returning to the house around 08:30AM to take him another walk, realising at this point he had passed away," Adam wrote.

The heartbroken dog owner revealed that the kennel explained that Pablo had been poorly for some days but they didn't make contact with his owners.

Worryingly, the family was informed that Pablo had been cremated without their permission 10 hours before they were informed of his death.

To add to this, according to Adam, the owner of the kennel told those who were cremating Pablo that she had his owner's permission.

When questioning the business that cremated his dog, Adam claims that he was informed that Pablo was very stiff and cold and this led them to believe that he had been deceased longer than the kennel was letting on.

Adam alleges that the kennel's owner had left Pablo in her car and this is where he lost his life. He claims that the evidence that supports his suspicions is that he still had his lead and harness on and the way in which he was positioned in the boot of the car would have made it difficult to get him in.

Our thoughts are with Pablo's family at this heartbreaking time.

Featured image credit: Cavan Images / Getty