The analysis by Pet Keen comes as canine thefts within the UK are at a seven-year high amid hovering demand for puppies throughout lockdown. It discovered that Frenchies are the breed most likely to be pinched.
English Bulldogs are available second place and Yorkshire Terriers third.
Chihuahuas and German Shepherds are fourth and fifth respectively.
Maltese and Shih Tzus are sixth and seventh, adopted by Labrador Retrievers and poodles in eighth and ninth place.
Siberian Huskys are ranked tenth on the checklist of breeds most likely to be targeted by snatchers.
The analysis comes after knowledge launched final month confirmed canine thefts are at record ranges.
The variety of pooches stolen in 2021 rose by 13 % to 2,760, in accordance to Freedom of Information knowledge compiled by Direct Line Pet Insurance.
The determine is the equal of eight canines being taken from their house owners daily.
It is the best quantity since Direct Line Pet Insurance started tallying up pet thefts in 2015.
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“The regulation will quickly recognise canines as family members with emotions, not simply owned property and we hope that this may deter criminals, particularly if they’ll be punished extra severely if prosecuted.
“Anyone considering buying a dog should thoroughly check its provenance and see the dog with its mother, to ensure they’re not buying from a criminal organisation.
“And taking simple precautions such as not leaving your dog tied up outside a shop, left inside an empty car or keeping it on the lead when in busy areas, will help reduce the likelihood of being targeted.
“It’s also vital to keep microchipping contact details up to date in case your dog does go missing and is handed in.”