It's no surprise that the Siberian husky, with its exquisite good looks and stunning eyes, is the tenth most common dog breed to be stolen as a puppy
since it ranks tenth on the list of dog breeds. They are exceptionally athletic, vivacious, and cordial people.
Yes, they are kind; despite their appearance, which is similar to that of wolves, their disposition is not at all menacing.
In point of fact, Siberian Huskies are incredibly sociable with people they have never met before, and they aren't known for being particularly effective guard dogs
which means it might be simpler for someone to steal them.Why do criminals target certain dog breeds when they steal puppies off the front porch
from the backyard, or from parked cars? The answer lies in its accessibility and widespread use.
"The breeds that are most likely to be stolen are those that are also the most popular in the country at any given point in time.
According to Brandi Hunter, vice president of the American Kennel Club (AKC), thieves also take advantage of how easy it is to handle small dogs