Search for Paris Hilton's dog ends after 18 days as experts believe ravenous coyote snatched pooch

Despite losing her pooch, Paris Hilton has not given up hope and will not give up on her Diamond Baby

Search for Paris Hilton's dog ends after 18 days as experts believe ravenous coyote snatched pooch
Paris Hilton had offered $10,000 as a reward for anyone who could find her beloved pet chihuahua Diamond Baby (parishilton/Instagram)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In the wake of losing her beloved chihuahua diamond Baby, Paris Hilton, 41 organized the "largest dog hunt in Hollywood history" for $11,150 per day.

She had posted an Instagram message on Monday, September 23, asking for the safe return of her favorite pooch, a a brown-and-black female chihuahua. However, as of Sunday night, October 2, it appears that the 18-day hunt for the heiress's dog has come to a tragic end. Experts now believe a ravenous coyote snatched the dog.

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There had been no leads since the Hilton shared a classic missing dog poster on her Instagram and even offered a $10,000 reward for returning the dog, no questions asked. Although she was initially afraid of publicly posting about it, as time went by, it became increasingly difficult to keep quiet. In addition, she used her podcast to appeal for her dog's return.  

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Her Mulholland Estates mansion was also scoured by an army of pet detectives, psychics, and professional dog trackers operating heat-seeking drones that she hired solely for finding Diamond Baby.


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A source told the MoS, "From the beginning the fear has always been that, because of the terrain, Diamond Baby may have fallen victim to wild coyotes. There has been a record heatwave in LA and coyotes are coming into residential neighbourhoods looking for food and water. They are starving."

A heartbroken Hilton said, "Anyone who has ever loved a pet and lost a pet will understand this pain that I'm feeling - My heart is broken. I have been in tears, so sad and depressed. I feel like part of me is missing and nothing is the same without her here. Diamond Baby is my everything, truly like a daughter to me. We were inseparable, she was my best friend and always by my side."

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According to reports, Hilton "hasn't given up hope" for Diamond Baby, who lives in a $312,199 'doggie mansion' and wears a diamond-encrusted collar worth $39,024. "She won't give up on Diamond Baby," a family friend told The Daily Mail. Paris Hilton got Diamond Baby in 2016 and even asked fans for name suggestions on Instagram. 
 

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Paris Hilton, 41, posted an Instagram message on Monday asking for the safe return of Diamond Baby, a brown-and-black female chihuahua.
Paris Hilton, 41, posted an Instagram message asking for the safe return of Diamond Baby, a brown-and-black female chihuahua (parishilton/Instagram)

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