Warning for Dog Owners after Kennel thefts- Padworth 03/01/2013 10:27:30 [31169]

 

Warning for Dog Owners after Kennel thefts- Padworth
This is a message from Thames Valley Alert Information sent on behalf of Thames Valley Police

 

Thames Valley Police are warning dog owners to be vigilant after two puppies and an adult cocker spaniel were stolen from locked kennels at a property in Padworth Lane, Padworth, between 14.30 and 17. 00 on Monday 31st December. One of the dogs was later found wandering on nearby land. It is possible that this incident could be connected to a number of thefts of high-value pedigree dogs that have occurred in the Hampshire area recently.

If you have any information about this incident or see anyone acting in a suspicious manner around dogs/kennels please call the Police immediately on 101 or 999 if a crime is in progress.

In order to help protect from the above situation:-

1.     Ensure that your dog(s) are micro-chipped

2.     Keep them secure, especially at night

3.     If you have kennels consider installing an alarm and security lighting

4.     If you are buying a dog, check its history carefully, otherwise you might be buying stolen property unwittingly.

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