Pomeranian

Wynder, stolen dog

Dog Stolen From Outside Berkeley Salon Returned To Owner After Woman Hears Story On KCBS

A Berkeley hairstylist was reunited with his stolen dog on Thursday afternoon after a woman recognized the dog as being the same one given to her daughter.

04/16/2015

Wynder in his bed on the sidewalk outside Anton Salon on College Avenue, in Berkeley. (courtesy Sean Berry)

Dog Taken From Berkeley Hair Salon Found, To Be Reunited With Owner

Businesses and residents in Berkeley’s Elmwood shopping district are desperately looking for a dog that was stolen from his bed outside a popular hair salon.

04/16/2015

A Pomeranian dog (Biswarup Ganguly/Wikimedia Commons)

NorCal Man Accused Of Killing, Cooking Ex-Girlfriend’s Pomeranian Dog And Feeding It To Her

A Northern California man has been arrested after his ex-girlfriend said he cooked her dog and fed it to her.

09/12/2014

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14 Dogs Rescued From Crowded Crates Stacked In Monterey Car

More than a dozen dogs are safe after being rescued from a vehicle in Monterey County.

04/22/2014

Archie the stolen Pomeranian (Facebook/CBS)

Service Dog Stolen From Sleeping Owner On BART Train

A search is on for a service dog that was stolen from its owner on a Bay Area Rapid Transit Train Thursday night.

03/22/2013

(CBS)

South SF Dognapper Won’t Face Charges For Stealing Lost Pet

A South San Francisco man who forcibly took a woman’s dog from her arms last week will not be prosecuted because the dog had actually belonged to him at one point, a deputy district attorney said Thursday.

CBS San Francisco–06/23/2011

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Dognapper Arrested After Returning South San Francisco Pooch

A South San Francisco dognapping that occurred Friday morning appears to have been a case of mistaken identity, a police sergeant said this morning.

CBS San Francisco–06/20/2011

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South San Francisco Woman’s Dog Kidnapped While Walking

A woman was robbed of her dog while out for a walk on Eucalyptus Avenue in South San Francisco on Friday morning, according to police.

CBS San Francisco–06/19/2011