People visiting the Pembrokeshire coastline are being asked to be vigilant to the potential of palm oil washing ashore, following the death of a three year-old dog that is believed to have eaten palm oil at one of the county's beaches.
The report was received yesterday (Thursday, June 8) with the dog understood to have eaten a dark coloured palm oil berg last week at Newgale beach.
Palm oil is often seen in dark, yellowish or white waxy blocks. It is not harmful to humans but as displayed in this situation can be fatal to pets.
Beach users are advised to keep dogs on leads and keep away from the substance.