The kidnapping of Lady Gaga’s dogs and the shooting of her dog walker put Hollywood dog walkers on alert because they want to use significant firepower to protect themselves and the pets they care

We have contacted a number of dog walking companies in the Hollywood area – where the shooting / kidnapping has decreased – and according to some companies they are increasing security – and have changed their dog walking plans to prevent a repeat of what was Wednesday night happened

Anna-Marie Arredondo, owner of Happy Heart Pet Care in WeHo, tells TMZ that she’s looking for a concealed carry permit, STAT When she’s successful – which is incredibly hard to come by in California – she plans on adding warmth on her walks pack

She also wants to take jiu-jitsu classes so she can protect herself and the pets. What’s more, all nighttime walks are only done in well-lit, high-traffic areas. She says if it’s too dark or sketchy she’ll die Drag dogs in their car and drive them to a safer place

Renee Lutz, owner of Fetch! Pet Care in the Hollywood Hills tells TMZ she’ll give all 38 of her dog walkers pepper spray and flashlights as they go for night walks

Alyssa and Saul, owners of Troop Canine at Griffith Park, tell TMZ they’re also stopping nightly walks for the foreseeable future, limiting walks to mornings and afternoons as well.They are also considering buying body cameras like GoPros so that the cameras roll in case potential thieves want to be handy

All of the owners we spoke to said they will continue to run French Bulldogs a coveted breed TMZ told the story Lady Gaga’s dog walker Ryan Fischer was shot dead Wednesday night in Hollywood after two men got out of a white limo and kidnapped two of their French bulldogs, Koji and Gustav

There have been no arrests yet and LGs offered a reward of 500000 USD for returning their dogs to

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