The Bermuda Triangle of Dogs

Up to 70 dogs have gone missing from the Dodder Valley Park in Firhouse Dublin this year reports RTE’s Samantha Libreri.

The Pedigree dogs are stolen under your nose explains Tara Sinnott as her beautiful Holly was stolen while walking in the park.
Pet detective Robert Kennedy says 70 pedigree dogs have gone missing from the park and calls it “The Bermuda Triangle” of dogs.

Where are these stolen dogs sold and who is buying them?

585 missing dogs have been reported to the DSPCA this year and they call for dog micro-chipping to be made compulsory.

2 Responses to “The Bermuda Triangle of Dogs”

  1. Cathy says:

    Looks like Holly was reunited!

  2. Tara Sinnott says:

    Honey was my dog and was missing for 6 days. After much media she was released by the people who took her and was found by Ann Finn and her husband in Newcastle cemetery wet and frightened. Ann and her husband took her home, dried her, fed her and gave her some warmth and affection. They then set out on their mission of finding Honey’s owner.. me! It took two days but they found me through this site and then by bringing Honey to the vets who coincidentally had a missing Honey poster on their wall. The vet scanned her microchip to confirm that it was in fact Honey! I will be always be eternally grateful to Ann and her husband for the trouble they went to and for their true kindness that they showed. I would also like to thank everyone else for their kind words, help, hope, kindness and prayers. Much love, Tara xx

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