‘Pet flippers’ prey on lost dogs, heartbroken owners

Police say criminals are finding lost dogs and, instead of returning them, are selling them for a quick buck. It’s a heartless new crime called “pet flipping” — and police fear it’s growing.Case in point: This summer, Leisa Waggoner’s dog Rosie, a cute and feisty schnauzer, got lost on the streets of Indianapolis. Desperate, Waggoner posted flyers all over the neighborhood. When she went to a lost… Continue reading