Lady GagaYoung stolen dogs are part of an alarming trend … French Bulldog thefts are on the increase, but breeders say there are some things people can do to keep dogs safe.
Honchos at Francoeur French Bulldogs, a California breeder, told TMZ … the French heist has become a thing lately – it’s happening in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Phoenix – and they’re advising French Bulldog owners not to walk their dogs in the evening.
TMZ broke the story … Dugnappers kidnapping 2 French Lady Gaga at gunpoint this week in Hollywood robbed them of dog walkers as he was taking them on the street around 10pm.
The folks at French Bulldog Puppies Los Angeles say they are telling their celebrity clients to be extra careful with the dogs, because thieves know the French are wanted and costly. We are told that puppies can be valued up to $ 20,000, and older dogs can still fetch $ 2,500.
Lucky for Gaga, her The dogs were returned Unharmed Friday night when a woman dropped them off at a Los Angeles police station. Remember … Gaga offered a $ 500,000 reward for the return of her dogs, with no questions asked.
French Bulldog Puppies has a message … the most important precaution people can take is to chip the French so that they can be recognized if taken to a vet.
The French are small, wanted, and worth a lot of money, which puts a target on their backs … and the French Bulldogs LA owner says the problem is compounded by the fact that the dogs are so friendly that they’ll hop in a stranger’s car with no problem.
Stay safe there french french guys.