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Carole Shinkwin
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Lots of dogs of all different breeds, especially puppies are being stolen here in Ireland and in the UK. It is believed that ones stolen here in Ireland are being transported through to the North then over to the UK where they are being sold, as from the North of Ireland they do not have to produce any paper work. Be on the alert, if you find you have a white chalk or paint mark which has recently appeared on your outside wall or gate you have been targeted, do not let dogs out at night or to wander during the day time without keeping an eye on them. These pieces of shit are every where. Do not put pictures of your dogs or puppies on social media.

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