Lady Gaga's French Bulldogs were found 'tied to pole in an alley' miles from where they were stolen & dogwalker was shot

LADY Gaga's two French bulldogs were found "tied to a pole in alley" miles from where they were stolen and her dog walker was shot.

Reports say that the person who found the dogs was a good Samaritan who happened upon the pups and recognized them due to all the media attention the attack on the dog walker was getting.

TMZ reports that police don't believe the woman who returned the animals was involved in any way in the attack or dog theft.

Both dogs were returned safe and healthy.

Gaga offered a $500,000 reward for the person who found her pups after her dog walker was attacked, and reports claim that she is ready to pay up to the woman who returned them.

Police are reportedly still looking for the person who attacked Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fischer, before taking off with her precious pups on Wednesday.

Fischer sustained injuries when he took a bullet to the chest while trying to fend off the dog-nappers.

After the attack, the pop singer – who is currently filming a movie in Rome – took to social media to beg for the safe return of her dogs.

"My beloved dogs Koji and Gustav were taken in Hollywood two nights ago," she wrote.

"My heart is sick and I am praying my family will be whole again with an act of kindness. I will pay $500,000 for their safe return."

Fischer was reportedly shot in the chest during the attack, and was taken to the hospital in "grave" condition.

However, Gaga's father confirmed on Friday that he is recovering.

"We are [relieved]," Joe Germanotta, told Fox News.

"Stephanie's been communicating with [Fischer] and he's out of intensive care.

"He's on the mend. We're thankful for that."

Shocking video footage of the attack shows Fischer strolling down the street before he was attacked by what looks like two men.

After the attack, a neighbor called 911 and was able to assist Fisher until police arrived on the scene.

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