Why do criminals covet French bulldogs? Breed offers quick cash, but big problems

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MIAMI — In five minutes, Sailor’s life changed as she knew it. She was snatched from her Marathon home and fed hot dogs by thieves who thought they secured a payday. But they were mistaken. Sailor was spayed. Their thwarted Plan A left them scrambling for ideas — until they settled on a $1,000 ransom. They took the dog and fled up the Overseas Highway. A day later, they arranged a meet-up at Dadeland Mall — a meet-up where police reunited Sailor with her family and arrested the suspects. Sailor is one of 2 million dogs stolen every year in the United States. But she’s also one of the lucky 10%…

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