Pandemic Brings Unexpected Perils For British Dog Owners

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In the United Kingdom, an unexpected result of the pandemic: a surge in
dognapping. Puppy prices have soared during lockdown, and pet thefts have
spiked 65 percent in a year. As some owners pay hefty ransoms for their
animals' return, they say Parliament needs to toughen legislation that
currently treats pets as property rather than as companions. Special
correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.