Dognappers Hacked Microchip Out Of A Dog And Stole Her Litter Of Puppies

Police in Country Wexford, Ireland are searching for brutal dognappers who stole a pooch and her seven pups before hacking out the mum’s microchip with a knife so that she couldn’t be traced.

The cruel thieves made off with pups Forest, Mabel, Maggie, Betty, Bonnie, Coba and Sam and their location remains unknown.

Meanwhile, poor Springer Spaniel Daisy, the mama of the brood, was dumped 75 miles from her owner Patricia Doyle’s home following her traumatic ideal.

A devastated Patricia – who posted about the horrific experience on Facebook – has revealed that Daisy was left a whimpering wreck as she pined for her missing puppies.

Dognappers Hacked Microchip Out Of A Dog And Stole Her Litter Of Puppies
The dognappers made off with pups Forest, Mabel, Maggie, Betty, Bonnie, Coba and Sam – and they're still missing (Credit: Triangle News)

She released the heart-breaking footage to try and help trace the crooks.

The clip shows Daisy with a stitched up neck and crying for her pups on the night she was returned to her home in Country Wexford, Ireland.

Patricia said: “She was dumped on the street to starve, but the worst thing was they had actually taken a knife to her neck and removed her microchip and left her there.

“It’s heartbreaking.

“We can’t leave her out of our sight for a second. We can’t leave the room.”

Dognappers Hacked Microchip Out Of A Dog And Stole Her Litter Of Puppies
Daisy required stitches in her neck and was left crying for her pups (Credit: Triangle News)

In a distraught Facebook post, Patricia requested that anybody who believes they may have bought one of the pups unsuspectingly to please come forward.

She wrote: “These babies are out there somewhere pining for their mammy.

“If you’re worried you may have bought one unwittingly do the right thing and contact myself.

“We are heartbroken. Some evil people broke into our dog kennels and stole our Daisy and her seven puppies.”

The puppies are eight-weeks-old and were due to be rehomed to loving families this week.

These photos are so upsetting. We hope police are successful in catching the vile crooks who stoke Daisy’s brood.