San Lorenzo woman’s missing French bulldog miraculously found 600 miles away in Mexico

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> SAN LORENZO, Calif. (KGO) — A Bay Area woman’s missing French bulldog has miraculously been found four weeks later and 600 miles away in Mexico. > The family had almost entirely given up hope when they received a phone call late last week from Tijuana. The man on the other end was Benjamin Gonzalez, who told them he believed he had Brody. > He said a man was selling him on the street for $2,000. Gonzalez ended up purchasing him for $1,000. > It wasn’t until Gonzalez’s family in the Bay Area saw photos of Brody that the pieces started to come together. > “I’m deported myself, and you know I’m out here by myself, so we could relate,” Gonzalez said. “He doesn’t have family here…I don’t have family here, I’m out here by myself, so you know I was like, man, if I can return him I’m going to do the right thing.” French Bulldogs have increasingly become targets for criminals due to their popularity and expensive price tag. > Last week, Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot and two of her French Bulldogs stolen in Los Angeles. > In January, Sarah Vorhaus had her French Bulldog, Chloe, violently stolen while on a walk Russian Hill. Sadly, Chloe is still missing. > She described Gonzalez as having “a heart of gold.” > The Campbells compensated Gonzalez for what he paid for Brody, but Gonzalez declined any other reward.


The fact that stealing dogs and reselling them is on the rise makes me sad for the future. People that do this are the worst kind of humans, should be locked up and have the key thrown away


If I had a French bulldog, and I lived in LA, I would think about not broadcasting pics on social media and carrying on about it.




The dog has a tattoo? Like an actual one or am I missing something lol