Cowboys wide receiver claims his dog is being held for ransom

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says someone is demanding ransom after taking his dog

Cowboys' Lucky Whitehead says someone is demanding ransom after taking his dog

If someone stole my dog I would pay a lot to get her back.

Whitehead's friend was caring for the dog at Whitehead's house when the dog was taken, Whitehead said.

The captors have reached out to Whitehead via phone on multiple accounts, demanding ransom money for the dog's return, according to National Football League player's post. Whitehead also said that he had gotten numerous messages to his phone "demanding ransom money".

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Lucky Whitehead is asking for help after claiming his pitbull puppy, Blitz, was taken for ransom over the weekend, according to WFAA 8 in Dallas.

"I strongly advise you to stop and return my boy safely before it gets any worse!" he said in the post, addressing the person who's responsible.

Whitehead is obviously a devoted dog dad. He even made an Instagram for his beloved pet.

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