Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Ryan Fischer Returns to Work After Months in Recovery

Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Ryan Fischer Returns to Work After Months in Recovery

- Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer, who made headlines two months ago, is back to work, however on a limited basis

- Ryan Fischer had in February suffered gun wounds after gunmen attacked him while walking the dogs and ran away with the two French dogs

- According to a source, Fischer is only doing day shifts while taking care of the musician's fur buddies

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Lady Gaga's beloved dog walker Ryan Fischer, who was attacked while walking the singer's dogs at night, is reported to be back to work.

Two months ago, Briefly News reported that Fischer was rushed to hospital after being shot four times in the chest by unknown gunmen.

He was walking the Bad Romance hitmaker's dogs near his home in Los Angeles when he was attacked, shot at, and two of the dogs stolen.

Gaga, who was out of the country at the time, then issued a hefty reward to anyone who could locate her pets.

Lady Gaga's Dog Walker Ryan Fischer Returns to Work After Weeks in Hospital
Lady Gaga. Photo: Getty Images.
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According to TMZ, Fischer was spotted back at work nearly three months after a terrible ordeal that almost took his life.

He was seen walking Gaga's French bulldogs again after they were recovered and five suspects were arrested. According to a source who spoke to TMZ, Fischer stopped by the 34-year-old's house and picked up her pets.

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The police investigation reports also concluded that the suspects had not targeted the dogs because they were Gaga's.

Gaga's two French bulldogs were found after a 48-hours-search in Los Angeles, and the police confirmed that the canines were returned by an identified woman, who brought the dogs to one of the community police stations.

However, the said woman was also later arrested by authorities because the officers were suspicious of her since she had brought the animals to the station.

The alleged suspects were also arrested and charged with attempted murder and robbery with the other two getting additional charges, involving accessory charges.

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Source: Briefly News

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