Police have started a nationwide search after five chihuahuas, including a Crufts winner, were stolen from a house in East Yorkshire.
One of the dogs, known as Xena, won Best Puppy in Breed at this year's Crufts championship under her show name 'Made of Candy'.
Her grandmother, Angel, and mother, Io, were both also snatched, along with two others called Pandora and Evie.
Mal Hilton, who owns the dogs along with his partner Lucy, told ITV News they had been inundated with calls about the animals.
"People are just ringing left, right and centre and saying 'we're here to help'. We want all the help we can, we want these dogs back before they get hurt." Mal said.
He also revealed had had calls from all over the world asking after Xena.
"This dog is famous worldwide, We've had calls from people in Japan asking after them."
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