Calls for more signage after B.C. dog's legs get caught in 3 traps

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WARNING: This story contains graphic images of a dog’s legs stuck in traps.

Calls for better signage indicating where traps are located are growing after another dog in northern B.C., got caught in not one leg-hold trap, but three. 

Alexis Toews had taken her three dogs out for a run along a recreational road — where people often run with dogs or enjoy activities like snowmobiling, hiking and quadding — in Kitimat, about 653 kilometres northwest of Vancouver. Knowing it was a popular spot for people and pets, she didn’t think there would be any traps in the area. 

“I try to take my

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