Lady Gaga is reportedly offering a half million dollar reward for the “no questions asked” return of two of her beloved French Bulldogs stolen by gunmen that shot her dog walker Wednesday night.
While superstar Lady Gaga is in Italy filming a new movie, her 3 French Bulldogs were being cared for by 30-year old Ryan Fischer at his West Hollywood home. At approximately 9:40pm on Wednesday, Fischer was walking Gaga’s dogs Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo, when he was ambushed.
The gunmen reported shot Fischer in the chest before stealing two of the famed dogs, Koji and Gustavo. When paramedics arrived on scene, the dedicated dog walker was tightly clutching onto Miss Asia.
Pictured (left to right) Koji, Gustavo, and Miss Asia. Gaga is offering a half million dollar reward for the return of the two stolen dogs.
Although he is hospitalized and in critical condition, Fischer was awake, coherent, and communicating with police when they arrived on scene. Officers placed Miss Asia in the back of a patrol car and one of the singer’s security guards picked her up later from the police station.
The gunmen were last seen in a white vehicle, described as a BMW or possibly a Nissan, traveling northbound of Sierra Bonita Avenue towards Hollywood Boulevard. No arrest has been made yet.
Now, Lady Gaga is offering a $500,000 “no questions asked” reward for the return of Koji and Gustavo. Anyone with information on the case should email [email protected], a rep for the singer said.
It is unclear at this time if the dogs were targeted specifically because they belong to Lady Gaga or because of their breed. French Bulldogs remain one of the most commonly stolen breeds because they are in such high demand.