Memorial Walk Organized for Six Dead Dogs in Langley

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Memorial Walk Organized for Six Dead Dogs in Langley

The owner of one of the six dogs who died from heat stroke while in the care of a dog walker in Langley has organized a memorial walk for the deceased animals and the families involved.

Jennifer Myers lost her dog, Buddy.

She says the walk is to remember the good times with the pets.

“I guess it’s a time just to remember the good memories we have of going to that park and spending time with our dogs and what not. I know Buddy absolutely loved that park, that’s where he used to jump in the ditches and play in the mud. So, that was always our favourite place to go so I’m hoping that everybody can just go and have those memories together.”

The memorial walk will be held on Sunday at North 40 Dog Park in Ladner.

A larger ceremony is being organized for sometime in the next few weeks.


  1. It’s a nice idea. But PLEASE don’t refer to this situation as the “Brookswood Six”. I think it’s disrespectful to the families of those who died in Surrey in 2007.