Canine kidnapping is changing into an issue in DC. That is how pet homeowners can shield themselves and their pets.

Bruno the French bulldog is lacking in a canine kidnapping incident. Photograph courtesy of MPD

The final month and a half has been a worrying time for canine homeowners within the District. Since mid-April, there have been 4 incidents of canine abductions in broad daylight. Two puppies, a one-year-old French bulldog named Bruno and an 11-week-old Australian Shepherd named Pablo, have been stolen from their homeowners inside 20 minutes of one another in April. Each canines have been caught at gunpoint. Final Friday, a four-year-old golden retriever named Arcadia was taken whereas tied up outdoors a CVS on Capitol Hill, and one other canine, Charlie, He disappeared in entrance of a Big Meals on H Avenue on Saturday. Pablo, Arcadia and Charlie have been discovered and returned to their homeowners shortly after the robberies, however Bruno continues to be lacking.

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