Since 2012, dog thefts have been on the rise. The main reason is the tendency to own purebred dogs. Indeed, these dogs have been popularized by celebrities like Uma Thurman. But what do thieves do with stolen dogs? The majority of stolen dogs are sold as pets or fighting dogs. Some breeds of dogs are more at risk of being stolen. Dog owners should, therefore, know to be careful with their pets. Here are, without further ado, the 10 most commonly stolen dog breeds.
Everyone loves the face, fluffy ears and mischievous nature of a muscular Bulldog. They have been so popular in recent years that supply can no longer meet demand. Unfortunately, this leads to unacceptable actions.
But what makes them so desirable to thieves? Simple math. At the breeder’s, you can buy them for $5,000 and resell them for $4,000.