Dognapping Trend Continues To Terrorize Los Angeles — But You Can Help!

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It’s every pet owner’s worst nightmare.

Dognapping is a vile criminal act that doesn’t receive a lot of attention due to people thinking it’s a victimless crime.

Well, anyone who’s ever loved their pet can tell you that that’s simply not true. Especially Nik Glaser, whose 6-year-old Goldendoodle Kramer was taken from his home a month ago and still hasn’t been found!

The missing pup was stolen from Nik’s Venice apartment on December 17, and while social media seems to be getting the word out, we thought it was the right thing to do to tell you about the case — we don’t know what we’d do if Teddy was ever taken from us!

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While Kramer does have a microchip, it hasn’t come in handy just yet, but Nik does have the support of other dog lovers, including Stone Sour bassist Jason Christopher.

Jason’s pup Bronson was taken at the end of 2015 as well, but he was actually returned last week — for a steep $10,000 reward.

Dognapping is such an issue, particularly in El Lay, because people are willing to fork over whatever it takes to get their loved ones back safe and sound — in fact, Nik is actually offering #5,000 for any information!

For more information on how to #BringKramerHome stay up to date with their Instagram page, @EverybodyLovesKramer.

We hope you two are reunited soon!

[Image via Everybody Loves Kramer/Instagram.]

Jan 15, 2016 3:45pm PDT

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