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Gas works in Greyfriars Road are complete


Wales & West Utilities has completed essential gas pipe upgrade work on a major Cardiff road fi ve weeks ahead of schedule.


The work, on Greyfriars Road, was due to take 16 weeks to complete but Wales & West Utilities hardworking engineers completed the scheme in just 11 weeks. It involved upgrading 150 metres of gas pipe and, now that it’s complete, will make sure the gas keeps fl owing to heat homes and power businesses in the area long into the future. Wales & West Utilities worked closely with Cardiff Council during the essential work to keep disruption to a minimum. Wales & West Utilities Programme Controller for the area, Francis Kirk, managed the work and said: “We’re delighted


to have fi nished this gas pipe upgrade work ahead of schedule. We know that working in the city centre was not ideal but the work was essential to keep the gas fl owing to heat and power businesses in the area and to make sure the gas network is fi t for the future. “We would like to thank local businesses and commuters for bearing with us whilst we completed this essential work.” Wales & West Utilities, the gas emergency and pipeline service, brings energy to 7.5m people across Wales and the south west of England. If anyone smells gas, thinks they have a gas leak, or suspects carbon monoxide poisoning, they should call us on 0800 111 999 and our engineers will be there to help, day or night.


Welsh vets issue chocolate warning


Vets in Wales are urging pet owners to keep chocolate treats safely out of reach of inquisitive pets this Easter, as fi ndings released by the British Veterinary Association (BVA) reveal that six in ten (61%) companion animal vets in the country saw at least one case of chocolate poisoning over Easter holidays last year. Chocolate can be highly poisonous to pets, with dogs most commonly affected. It contains theobromine, a naturally occurring chemical found in cocoa beans, which, while safe for humans, is harmful to dogs and other animals. The level of toxicity depends on the amount and type of chocolate ingested - dark chocolate and cocoa powder are most toxic- as well as the size of the dog, with smaller dogs and puppies being


most at risk. British Veterinary Association’s Welsh Branch President Sarah Carr said: “Easter is a time of great fun for the whole family, but chocolate treats meant for humans can be poisonous for our pets. Dogs in particular have a keen sense of smell and can easily sniff out sweet treats, so make sure any chocolate goodies are stored securely out of reach of inquisitive noses to avoid an emergency trip to the vet.


“If you suspect that your dog has eaten chocolate, don’t delay in contacting your local vet. The quicker the animal gets veterinary advice and treatment, the better. Your vet will want to know how much chocolate your dog has eaten and what type. If possible, keep any labels and have


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the weight of the dog to hand.” The effects of chocolate poisoning in dogs usually appear within 12 hours and can last up to three days. First signs can include excessive thirst,


vomiting, diarrhoea abnormal heart and


restlessness. These symptoms can then develop into hyperactivity, tremors,


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