Birmingham bulldog puppies get back to their owner
The American bulldog puppies were only four weeks old when they were stolen on 23rd July from a property in Birmingham. Now all the puppies have got back to their owner, according to the BBC News.
When the puppies disappeared, their owner started to search for them by placing posters and distributing flyers. The first two puppies were handled to Sutton police station by a woman who had seen the announcement in a newspaper and said that her daughter had been given the puppies by an unknown man earlier in August. Next eight puppies were offered to the RSPCA rescue centre in Walsall.
The puppies came from a litter of twelve and still two dogs are missing.
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Text and image source: BBC News