Sun, a one-month-old stake cross, was delivered to Mirrabooka Police Station in the north of the city. But her brother, Jay Jay, is still missing.
The two puppies were stolen in separate daring robberies.
Jay Jay was snatched in the early hours of Sunday morning. So Monday night, dog stickers Sun.
It is believed that the suspected thieves distracted Jay Jay and Sun’s parents before they grabbed the puppies.
The staffy cross-puppies are born to guard dogs at Malaga Automotive Service and are part of a larger litter.
Owner Nasisch asked last night for their safe return.
The calculated and cruel theft has ruined the owners and hit the mother of the stolen dogs, Ace.
“She did not eat anything,” the puppy’s owner, Nasisch, who asked to be mentioned only by his first name, told 9News.
“We tried different food for her, we took her out. But she did not eat.”
In an attempt to protect Sun, Nasisch tried to get her microchipped early, but when the deal rolled around, it was too late.
They want the puppies back and are willing to pay any price as a reward.
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“We just need them back,” Nasisch said.
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