“Pet Flipping” on the Rise
TIME.com has reported that an alarming trend known as "Pet Flipping" is becoming more and more common, presumably because the internet has created much easier access to buying and selling animals. Criminals get hold of a pet in various ways, from pretending to be a found dog's owner to stealing the pet outright.
The best way you can protect your pet from being part of a flipping scheme is to spay/neuter and implant a microchip so that the animal can be tracked back to you.
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