Pilant helps with Metro's spay Womens Nike Cortez Reviews and neuter clinics and said he saw a pug that had previously been described as stolen on Wyoming Missing Canines' Facebook page.
Locations of theft have been mostly in downtown Casper, east of Beverly Street, she added.
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which raises money for veterinary care for owners who can't afford it. Pilant doesn't believe the claims of Wyoming Missing Canines. While Pilant believes dogs have been snatched since the beginnings of their domestication, he doubts there is a theft ring operating in Casper.
Kulhavy said her group has conducted exhaustive tracking, creating pages of spreadsheets to document the missing dogs.
From June 1 to Oct. 1, there were 227 dogs called in to the Casper Human Society as missing. Fifty seven have been found, leaving open the possibility that the others were stolen, Kulhavy said.
"We probably can't prove anything but we've had more missing dog reports in this time period than we've ever had," she said. "We can't say they've all been stolen because we don't [know] what happened to them."
"There were two basset hounds that the guy swore up and down that someone had cut his lock," Pilant said. "They sat at Metro for three days before the owner claimed them."
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Normally, dogs find their way back home in a few days or they get picked up by people who read their tags and find the owners. But this year "some of the people are still looking for them and it's been months," she said.
Kulhavy said social media posts have described a suspicious vehicle an older, blue Toyota 4Runner and the actions of some suspicious people, including two people who eyed a yellow lab with one saying, "I found one," in reference to the dog.
The dognappers' preferred breeds are pugs and yellow labs, Kulhavy claims.
Sally Reinhart, board president of the Casper Humane Society, believes the number of missing dogs is on the rise. But she didn't have comparable numbers from the same time period last year because missing reports are thrown out after six months.
"We've found indications that there is a theft ring," she said, adding that on some days, no dogs go missing and on other days, eight dogs are reported missing.
"I truly believe nine out of 10 dogs that go missing are runaways," he said. "I don't think it is a big ring of dognappers."
Pilant advised owners of missing dogs to check Metro in person. There's a chance that Metro staff accidentally mistyped into their computer system a chocolate lab as a female instead of male. When you call, they may say that your dog isn't at the shelter when it actually is.
"After seven days, guess what? That dog goes up for adoption," he said.
Kulhavy hit social media in attempts to find Daisy and discovered there were missing dogs in Casper and Natrona County. She helped organize Wyoming Missing Canines and is convinced one sick puppy is taking dogs.
Casper Police Capt. Mark Trimble said owners of missing dogs can notify the Police Department by calling dispatch or report a missing pet online. Owners need to check with Metro, the Human Society and neighbors say.
But there's some room for doubt because Wyoming Missing Canines' numbers don't match official tallies. Casper Police Department has reports of only six missing dogs since January and Metro Animal Control counts 41 animals that have been reported lost or reported found by people who are not their owners. Additionally, the executive director of an animal medical nonprofit said he doubts a theft ring is operating in Casper.
A Casper citizens' group says an underground ring of thieves is stealing dogs and selling them for profit, with 170 canines possibly taken from the area.
Wyoming Missing Canines group claims 170 dogs stolen from Casper owners
promote responsible dog ownership. She was attending an out of state wedding and left Daisy with friends. Daisy disappeared without a trace on Cole Creek Road, Kulhavy said.
The dognappers' motive is money, according to Kulhavy. The dogs could be resold to someone who organizes dog fights, she said.
Wednesday morning, organizers with Wyoming Missing Canines held a media conference at City Hall, hoping to bring attention to the alleged dognappings. Mayor Kenyne Schlager, Police Chief Chris Walsh and others from the city attended, saying they wanted to Nike Cortez White Black
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