This family was recently forced to endure one of the worst nightmares when two men decided to pull up their house and swipe their dog in broad daylight. What kind of monsters would ever do such a thing? A ten week old puppy should be able to spend time outdoors without worry. Poor little Chipper never saw it coming and he was dog-napped before he had a chance to figure it out.
As you can see in the video, he is o
These are the thieves that stole my 10 week old Dogue de Bordeaux yesterday.
Posted by Ivy Bordeaux on Monday, October 8, 2018
utside playing with other dogs when the men grab him. They roughly pull him away from the other pups and toss him into their waiting Cadillac SUV. A video of this event was shared online, in hopes of finding out who was responsible for this crime. Anyone who could provide tips was urged to do so and detectives were also contacted.
Ivy is the man who owns these dogs and he is the one who shared the video. He was also able to grab screen shots of the men and their license plate. Ivy wanted answers and he wanted them quickly. As a breeder, he has developed a strong attachment to his dogs and cannot believe that someone would callously decide to steal one of them.
He works as a firefighter in Dallas and says that his dogs are his passion outside of work. He takes a great deal of pride in what he does and we cannot believe that these thieves would try to take it from him. Ivy breeds French mastiffs and this is a breed that he has been in love with ever since he was a kid. He’s done his homework and knows them inside and out.
Chipper has a microchip and he also happens to be the last of his litter. The police have begun to investigate the theft but there are no clues to report at this time. We are happy to report that Chipper has been returned to his rightful owners but unfortunately, the criminals responsible for his disappearance remain at large.
The thieves had sold Chipper to a local mechanic and he was responsible for turning the dog over to his rightful owner. He saw the reports and knew that Chipper’s true owner was looking for him. Good on him! A lot of other people would have lived by the “finders, keepers” philosophy on this one.