Lady Gaga's dog walker speaks for 1st time since dognapping

Ryan Fischer broke his silence about the violent incident from his hospital bed, calling his shooting a "very close call with death."
2:37 | 03/02/21

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We're back with the latest on lady gaga's dog-walker, Ryan Fischer speaking for the first time from his hospital bed after being shot while two suspects stole her dogs. Will reeve joins us now with more on this. Good morning, will. Reporter: Good morning, robin. So many twists and turns to this story starting with the dog-walker being shot, two of the three dogs being stolen, lady gaga putting up a reward, a good samaritan anonymously finding and returning the dogs and now the dog-walker is posting his thoughts and thanks in a long Instagram post while he miraculously recovers. This morning, as lady gaga's three French bulldogs are reunited at home their walker, Ryan Fischer is breaking his silence from his hospital bed. In an Instagram post Fischer detailing his, quote, very close call to death horrifying moments seen this this surveillance video obtained by TMZ. Thieves approaching Fischer demanding he hand over the dogs, shooting him when he refuses. The gunman making off with two of gaga's pets. The third dog caught on camera running to Fischer's side. Fischer calling her his guardian angel writing, an angel trotted over and laid next to me. My panicked screams calmed as I looked at her. I cradled Asia as best I could. Fischer saying he then thanked her for all the incredible adventures we'd been on together and apologized I couldn't defend her brothers and resolved that I would still try to save them and myself. His wish coming true. Fischer is now expected to make a full recovery and the dogs were returned unharmed Friday night to this police station. An unidentified woman saying she found them with their leashes tied to a pole. Now Fischer thanking those who helped save his life along with those wishing him well writing, the gratitude for all the love I feel from around the planet is immense and intense. I felt your healing support. Fischer also thanking lady gaga who's been overseas filming a new project writing, at lady gaga, your babies are back and the family is whole. We did it. You have shown so much support throughout this whole crisis but your support as a friend despite your own traumatic loss from your kids was unwavering. I love you and thank you. Fischer concluded his post by saying he looks forward to the time when he can get bombarded by kisses by lady gaga's three safely returned dogs. The LAPD says it is still searching for the two men responsible for this attack. Guys. Thank you, will. Glad he's expected to make that full recovery.

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