A dog has been removed from a Croxley Green home by police after they received reports concerned about the animal’s welfare.
The animal was removed from the property by police at around 4pm on Tuesday, July 19.
The pet was then taken to a nearby vet for a check-over, with it being deemed to be in a healthy condition. The dog has not been returned to its owners as of yet, however.
A man in his 30s was interviewed under caution in connection with the incident, with the police investigation ongoing.
A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: “Police were called at around 4pm on Tuesday 19 July to report concerns for the welfare of a dog which had been left in the garden of an address in Croxley Green.
“Officers attended and the dog was seized, amid concerns about the conditions in which it was being kept. It was taken to a vet to be checked over and was thankfully deemed to be healthy.
“A man aged in his 30s has been interviewed under caution in connection with the incident and enquiries are continuing.
“The dog has not been returned to its owners at this time.”