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Boris Johnson tougher measures against dognappers

Mr Johnson has Jack Russel Cross Dilyn. He revealed that theft can make the owners feel such great distress and misery to the victims.

Boris Johnson holding pet

Boris Johnson’s government is considering punishments for people who leave their pets or dognappers. He revealed his thought about how a pet could ache after people back work at the office. He fears that many canines could be discouraged after the owners at home for months during the lockdown.

Boris Johnson tougher measures against dognappers

The phenomenon of Dognapping jumped up during lockdown because people should be inside the home and desperate for company. Having a pet it is. His government consider suing people under animal welfare. Ministers hope this change can make bonding between owners and pets is reflected in more cases.

Mr Johnson has Jack Russel Cross Dilyn. He revealed that theft can make the owners feel such great distress and misery to the victims.

20,000 police for dog nappers in the UK

Home Secretary Priti Patel said police recruited up to 20,000 for looking at dog thefts. The government themselves had a hope the UK became the global leader in animal welfare standards.

Dognappers made target breeds

Dog thefts increased by almost a fifth among the Covid-19 lockdown. It made the order prices for some races almost double.

The most sought-after breeds being targeted by dognappers are Staffordshire bull terriers, chihuahuas and cocker spaniels. They truly are looking to cash in throughout the pandemic.

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