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Two Siberian Husky puppies stolen during break-in

Published on Wed, Jan 30, 2013 (8:57 a.m.)


Two Siberian Husky puppies stolen during break-in

Paulo Tomas: 702-429-9217
4343 N Rancho Dr. Ste 244
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130

Wixom, MI (January, 30) – Last night, Tuesday January 29th, two Siberian Husky puppies were stolen during a break-in at Puppy Boutique Las Vegas located at N. Ranchero Drive in Las Vegas, Nevada. The owners were notified in the middle of the night after the alarm was triggered, by the time they arrived at the store it was too late, the intruder had fled with the two puppies. There is very little information at this time as to who may have broken into the store. Both the puppies contain microchips (0a01417869, 0a01417606) and are registered through helpmefindMYPET, a national microchip registry and alert service. The police have been notified and a lost pet alert has been issued through The alert contains a photo of the puppies, physical description, and microchip number. It was immediately sent out to the pet community within a 25 mile radius of the store. Attached is a copy of the lost pet alerts, or they can be viewed online at

The safety of these puppies is the stores main concern at this point, it is critical that they are found and returned to the store as soon as possible. They are very young and require special attention. If the puppies are not taken care of properly they are at high risk for fatality. If anyone has any information regarding these stolen puppies they should contact their local police or helpmefindMYPET at 866-699-3463.

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