Definition of dognapper in English:

dognapper

noun

informal

See dognap

  • ‘Their manifesto included an announcement that they would resort to causing false fire alarms in an effort to bring the dognappers to their knees.’
  • ‘Going against her father's wishes in paying her dog's ransom, she personally delivers the sum to the dognappers' headquarters in Whitechapel.’
  • ‘Before she put the blame on a band of dognappers, she should've considered the inherited traits of her beloved bundle of white.’
  • ‘The Judge and his children are either not home or they were occupied by other things, so they don't notice this wretched dognapper.’
  • ‘He had become famous in the area as a serial dognapper.’