Thieves are amoung us
BEWARE!!!!! On Thanksgiving evening about 7pm, November 24, we were gone and it happened that my helper at the kennel was here. She was at the kennel when she heard Beau & Ice barking from the turnout pen. She looked up and saw tail lights backed up to our puppy barn. Someone was here! She ran from the kennel to the barn and found a sandy red haired women with two of our puppies in her arms carrying them to a red single cab pickup with a crate in the back. There was a long haired man driving the truck. The lady told her that I had given the pups to her for breeding and she was here to pick them up. Luckily my helper grabbed the pups from her arms and told her that she wasn't getting pups when I was gone.
They had the back gate of their pickup down. Who knows how many pups they were after or how much equipment they were going to help themselves to.
With the price of puppies being up, everyone should be aware that there are thieves out there who are stealing pups. And if you are purchasing a puppy, be sure that the paperwork is with the puppy. Get the name, address & license plate number of the person selling the pup. Make them show you their drivers license. You may be purchasing stolen goods.
If those puppies are microchipped, you should check to be sure they are not stolen. ... Karey Marrs, Bolivar, MO
We invite everyone to the showing of the Movie "The Wrong Side of Right" brought to you by Protect the Harvest & MPBA to be held at the Cowan Community Center, Lebanon, MO on Thursday, March 10, 7pm. Don't miss it!!!!!
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