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Animal welfare inspectors have removed “a large number of dogs” from two properties associated with a dog sledding company in Ontariomedical_specialties, the provincial solicitor general’s ministry confirmed on Tuesday.

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The dogs were rescued during the inspection, Ross said in an email to CBC Toronto on Tuesday night.

“The animals are being provided shelter and have received care,” Ross said in the email.

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