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There is a headline in one of today's newspapers about the criminal activity concerning the theft of animals. There is no doubt that it seems to be on the increase at the moment. We have already been informed about the cocker and puppies having been stolen, so we will all need to be aware. The idea of our cockapoos falling into some criminal's hands is unbearable.
 

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It is a horrible thought that people are either stealing dogs to make money or for fighting. :( Not too long ago an old dog was stolen from outside our local Homebase. The thought of what might have happened to this poor old fella is dreadful. The poor owners must have felt devastated and regretted leaving him outside. A friend of mine was leaving her Cockapoo outside school but stopped when I told her that it was not something I would ever risk! It is very sad that we have to think like this. :(
 

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Yes it's horrible- our pets are not commodities but loved family members :(


I have read stories on other forums and it breaks your heart- especially ones that you know may end up as dog bait. :(:(:(:(

Never leave your pet tied up and unattended- nor in back garden with out secure fencing and locked gates and even then be careful.

Also on my tags I have put neutered so they can see they would be no good for breeding dogs- this is important for the girls as you cannot tell easily that they have been done.

We need to be careful with cockapoos as people now know they are popular and are expensive and would easily be sold on.


Evil people out there with no morals sadly :mad:
 

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If it's the cavalier puppy Rupert you are talking about, he was returned to his owners yesterday as he was recognised from his picture in the paper. This time a happy ending. It just shows how careful we have to be.
 
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