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Whether you’re the proud parent of an occasional thief or a pooch that is constantly running off with your things, hold onto your socks (literally!), as we take a closer look at why dogs steal and hoard.
Food theft can be dangerous, especially if you have one of those dogs that will consume anything within reach.