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    Default Dogs being stolen from Adelaide Hills properties...


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    I'd love to catch these pricks.

    I saw on ebay someone selling collars and tags that say the animal isnt worth stealing because they are desexed.....good idea but it's sad people would even have to consider buying one to help protect it. I cant imagine the feeling of coming home to find your dog was stolen. I'd loose it for sure.


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    Yeah! I remember several years back there were a number of incidents where horses got injured and some even killed at night in their paddocks. Some XYZ (lost for words here) used a several metres long lance to attack especially breeding mares. Some were injured so badly that they bled to death during the night, others could be rescued but sustained some horrific wounds. I remember that people were putting up cameras and took turns to guard their horses during the nights. This went on for a year or two and then it stopped all of a sudden. Nobody was ever charged but I wouldn't be surprised if someone actually caught that guy...

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    We had an incidence here on the Sunshine Coast many years ago where litters, and the mother if the pups were still very young were being stolen from homes. The people were only caught because it turned out what all these homes had in common was they had used the same mobile groomer/clipper. He was coming to steal them, selling the pups and in some cases breeding on with the mothers.
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