Tuesday, April 20, 2010

The Ultimate Betrayal: Trainer Steals Dogs from Clients

Please see video for the full story, and share if you know anyone in the Wilmington, DE area.






 A pic of Whitten in case it helps.







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22 comments:

  1. Can't get picture, but got the audio - horrid hoomans out there - DOG back "a" wards!!!
    xoxoxox

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  2. Terrible, dogs are not just for financial gain. Adhere to the Dog 10 commandments http://www.offyoutrot.co.uk/blog/dogs-ten-commandments/

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  3. I hope someone from among all the followers of this blog, Twitter and Facebook finds this A-hole (I cannot swear out loud in front of my Pack, lest Ginger get riled up...)

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  4. This is why my dog(s) will NEVER go to stay with someone else unless I have a long and intimate friendship with them. There are too many crazy people out there. I hope this guy is caught, gets attacked by all the dogs who he wronged, and is thrown in jail. @#%$#!!!!

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  5. I hope he gets what is coming to him. A nice batch of dogs biting him in the behind all day long.

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  6. What a scumbag, a******, @*&#&*%^$#!!!!!

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  7. Laurel Ashley12:58 PM

    Hooray for the good work of Officer Pepe.
    I hope the bad guy gets put away for a very long time and that they can trace more of the stolen dogs and reunite them with their families.

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  8. This is absolutely the worst betrayal!!!!! I can't even begin to imagine someone stealing one of my dogs. I'd be absolutely heartbroken.

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  9. That is insane- terrifying. what a psycho.

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  10. What a horrible person - sadly there ARE people like that out there. Three cheers for Officer Pepe.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

    Pee ess, as an aside, we thought the man in the video was calling the officer Officer Puppy:)

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  11. wow! that's another supporting argument for training your own dogs versus sending them off to train. you can just never know. what a terrible thing. hope he's caught.

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  12. What a horrible evil person. I will be on the lookout around this area for that scumbag. I hope he gets attacked by the rabid foxes that are running around this area!! What a lowlife to steal a person's dogs!

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  13. Anonymous3:15 PM

    Major red flag: Who runs a dog training business out of a row home? There's no room for any kind of training in a yard like that. And the owners should ask to see a business license.

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  14. Unreal! But I would NEVER send my dogs off to a stranger to be trained or boarded.

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  15. No way would anybody I didn't know be taking my dogs anywhere! What a cretin!

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  16. dog nappers are real common in our neck of the woods. Which explains why our human's paranoid about taking us out.

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  17. That is awful! I am so mad I want to find that guy and give him what for. Thanks for sharing as a warning to moms and dads out there. There aren't a lot of bad people out there and trusting other humans is important. But some humans just stink like an old dead fish.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  18. Wow ... you sure have to be careful about you who give your dogs to!

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  19. He is a bad man all around....

    "Warrants are out for Whitten's arrest. He's wanted for multiple charges including felony theft. Whitten has a long criminal record including a conviction for unlawful sexual intercourse and kidnapping."

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