Protecting what we hold dear comes at a certain price, but is priceless at the same time, and even though the saying “better safe than sorry” is a bit of cliché, it is nevertheless true in this particular case.
(PRWEB UK) 27 January 2014
According to the article in the Telegraph, by Miranda Prynne dated 25th December 2013: Dog thefts rise by a fifth in 2013, reports of dog-napping have soared by nearly a fifth across the country in the past year. In November 2013, leading dog theft charity, DogLost, had dealt with about 10,880 cases with still a month to go – a rise of 19 per cent compared to the 9,170 cases in 2012. The charity estimates that about a third of all the dogs which go missing are stolen. Last year’s worrying increase has followed a rise in dog thefts of about 17 per cent on the previous 12 months although exact figures for stolen dogs are very hard to find because the police categorize such crimes as ‘property theft’.
Experts say there are a wide variety of reasons why dogs are targeted. Trained working dogs such as Labradors are popular with thieves who use them for shooting and poaching as well as breeds which can be used for illegal coursing and hunting such as lurchers. Certain terrier breeds are targeted for use in fighting and ‘handbag’ dogs such as Chihuahuas made famous by celebrities such as Paris Hilton are stolen for their high sales value. Experts say the problem has worsened since the economic downturn and the rise of the internet which makes the sourcing and illegal trading in dogs easier.
Responding to the facts in the article published by The Telegraph, Private Investigator Liverpool (http://www.private-investigator-liverpool.co.uk) advises potential clients that they schedule a consultation with private investigators. Dog theft is becoming more frequent, and whatever the reasons, the protection and the safety of pets is down to the owner, the damage done can be irreparable. In order to avoid that unfortunate situation, private detectives from Private Investigator Liverpool specialize in providing security measures will help out and come up with a solution through a collaborative effort. Private Investigator Liverpool security experts will assess the situation on location, and give an estimate of what security systems need to be installed in order to provide optimal protection. Private Investigator Liverpool is able to install video cameras, motion sensors, sophisticated alarm systems and security locks to assure maximum safety. Nothing is left to chance and security experts are here to provide training in the use of the equipment properly.
On behalf of Private Investigator Liverpool, chief investigator Patrick Carmichael extends an invitation to all potential clients who want to avoid the situation described in the article.
Patrick said: “Protecting what we hold dear comes at a certain price, but is priceless at the same time, and even though the saying “better safe than sorry” is a bit of cliché, it is nevertheless true in this particular case.”
Private Investigator Liverpool will make sure that you are provided with outstanding service and top of the line equipment, which will keep the things that you hold dear, safe and protected, and that is the most important thing of all. Contact Patrick on 0151 374 2197 or visit him at p(dot)carmichael(at)private-investigator-liverpool(dot)co(dot)uk