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Video: Christmas Shopping Rush Dognapper

 
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Video: Christmas Shopping Rush Dognapper
A dognapper snatched a pet pooch from a New York City street as a little girl and her family were finishing up their holiday shopping.
The Christmas Eve crime happened in daylight and was captured on surveillance video. A man can be seen in the video approaching Marley, a King Charles Spaniel, who was waiting patiently for his owners outside a Manhattan shop.

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12/25/2012 05:50 PM
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its sad, as a dog owner I would be devastated knowing how much I love my animals. But on the other hand, who the f is stupid enough to leave a cute small dog tied up outside, they were practically asking for this to happen. So you have a dirtbag stealing someones loved pet, and a freakin idiot of a dog owner who should take more care of thier animals and not subject them to such things.... its pathetic all the way around and the dumb ass dog owner needs a smack to for being so stupid. Poor dog is probably very upset from being out of its normal home. PEOPLE ARE DUMB.
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12/26/2012 04:35 AM
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Re: Video: Christmas Shopping Rush Dognapper
its sad, as a dog owner I would be devastated knowing how much I love my animals. But on the other hand, who the f is stupid enough to leave a cute small dog tied up outside, they were practically asking for this to happen. So you have a dirtbag stealing someones loved pet, and a freakin idiot of a dog owner who should take more care of thier animals and not subject them to such things.... its pathetic all the way around and the dumb ass dog owner needs a smack to for being so stupid. Poor dog is probably very upset from being out of its normal home. PEOPLE ARE DUMB.
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Yes. Important Microchip your dog or cat and help reunite lost ... a safe, simple and inexpensive way to protect your pet against loss or theft

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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12/26/2012 05:33 AM
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Re: Video: Christmas Shopping Rush Dognapper
its sad, as a dog owner I would be devastated knowing how much I love my animals. But on the other hand, who the f is stupid enough to leave a cute small dog tied up outside, they were practically asking for this to happen. So you have a dirtbag stealing someones loved pet, and a freakin idiot of a dog owner who should take more care of thier animals and not subject them to such things.... its pathetic all the way around and the dumb ass dog owner needs a smack to for being so stupid. Poor dog is probably very upset from being out of its normal home. PEOPLE ARE DUMB.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14286934


Yes. Important Microchip your dog or cat and help reunite lost ... a safe, simple and inexpensive way to protect your pet against loss or theft

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Implantable chips for pets available to consumers don't have tracking ability. They don't in any way 'protect' against loss or theft. If the animal pops up on the grid again, and it's scanned, then its data will pop up and it can be reunited with its owners. Again, that is in no way protection against loss or theft.
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Re: Video: Christmas Shopping Rush Dognapper
its sad, as a dog owner I would be devastated knowing how much I love my animals. But on the other hand, who the f is stupid enough to leave a cute small dog tied up outside, they were practically asking for this to happen. So you have a dirtbag stealing someones loved pet, and a freakin idiot of a dog owner who should take more care of thier animals and not subject them to such things.... its pathetic all the way around and the dumb ass dog owner needs a smack to for being so stupid. Poor dog is probably very upset from being out of its normal home. PEOPLE ARE DUMB.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14286934


Yes. Important Microchip your dog or cat and help reunite lost ... a safe, simple and inexpensive way to protect your pet against loss or theft

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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 Quoting: smilesun


Implantable chips for pets available to consumers don't have tracking ability. They don't in any way 'protect' against loss or theft. If the animal pops up on the grid again, and it's scanned, then its data will pop up and it can be reunited with its owners. Again, that is in no way protection against loss or theft.
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How microchips are used

Microchips can be implanted by a veterinarian or at a shelter. After checking that the animal does not already have a chip, the vet or technician injects the chip with a syringe and records the chip's unique ID. No anesthetic is required. A test scan ensures correct operation.

An enrollment form is completed with chip ID, owner contact information, pet name and description, shelter and/or veterinarian contact information, and an alternate emergency contact designated by the pet owner. Some shelters and vets designate themselves as the primary contact to remain informed about possible problems with the animals they place. The form is sent to a registry, who may be the chip manufacturer, distributor or an independent entity; some countries have a single official national database. For a fee, the registry typically provides 24-hour, toll-free telephone service for the life of the pet. Some veterinarians leave registration to the owner, usually done online, but a chip without current contact information is essentially useless.

The owner receives a registration certificate with the chip ID and recovery service contact information. The information can also be imprinted on a collar tag worn by the animal. Like an automobile title, the certificate serves as proof of ownership and is transferred with the animal when it is sold or traded; an animal without a certificate could be stolen.

Authorities and shelters examine strays for chips, providing the recovery service with the ID number, description and location so they may notify the owner or contact. Multiple registries may have to be consulted; see Pet recovery service for further discussion of related issues. If the pet is wearing the collar tag, the finder does not need a chip reader to contact the registry. An owner can also report a missing pet to the recovery service, as vets look for chips in new animals and check with the recovery service to see if it has been reported lost or stolen.

Many veterinarians scan an animal's chip on every visit to verify correct operation. Some use the chip ID as their database index and print it on receipts, test results, vaccination certifications and other records.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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