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Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Goes Back to Work 3 Months after Armed Robbery on Him & Her French Bulldogs

Olawale Ogunjimi
May 18, 2021
09:10 P.M.
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Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga's dog walker, who recently survived an attack he described as a near-death experience, gets back to work barely three months after.


Ryan Fischer, the heroic dog walker who put his life on the line for Lady Gaga's dogs, stopped by her house after a lengthy stay in the hospital. The horrific incident could have ended his life after he received four bullets in his chest.

Fischer was spotted for the first time since the incident on a balcony while he was out with friends. He was smiling and waving at paparazzi in his brown sun hat, floral shorts, and long white sleeves.

Lady Gaga at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, broadcast on Sunday, August 30th 2020. | Getty Images


He was able to carry out basic body movements like raising his hand above his head which shows that the incident did not cause serious damages.

Nobody knew dog walking could be so life-threatening. It is amazing how Fischer can be back to work in less than three months after undergoing surgery for a collapsed lung.


However, since the attack, Fischer has retired from late-night dog walks since the last one nearly resulted in his death and the kidnapping of Koji and Gustav, Gaga's dogs.

Unfortunately for Fischer, he had to face a similar case but with a violent dog-thieving gang.


He was relaxed when the cops told him that the dognappers did not come for the dogs because they were Gaga's. The dogs' unique breed must have been the magnet for the criminals.

The alleged suspects have been apprehended and also bagged commensurate charges. Three alleged culprits have been charged with robbery and attempted murder, while others face additional charges.


Following the incident, Gaga put out $500,000 in an Instagram post as a reward for anyone who could find her French bulldogs. Lady Gaga's dogs were reportedly found tied up in an alley.

A woman who ended up being arrested by the police contacted Gaga's team with the dogs' location. The dognap incident, which occurred on February 24, is one of the many reported dognap cases.


The rate of French bulldogs' kidnaps has increased as police stations have received regular reports of similar cases. In a recently reported case, the police found a French bulldog somewhere in Culver City.

The case occurred at Canterbury Drive when an armed man grabbed the puppy from the trunk of its owner. The dognapper reportedly escaped on foot but was later apprehended on a Saturday morning after a hot chase.

The chase ended after a collision with an unsuspecting vehicle. Unfortunately for Fischer, he had to face a similar case but with a violent dog-thieving gang. Thankfully the suspected individuals are where law and nature will have them be.

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