Lady Gaga’s dog walker moves out of apartment as shooting suspects remain at large: report

Ryan Fischer was shot in the chest while walking the singer's three French bulldogs in February

Lady Gaga’s dog walker, who was shot by thieves who snatched the star’s French bulldogs, has reportedly moved out of his home to be somewhere "safe and secure," fearing the perpetrators who remain at large weeks after the attack.

Ryan Fischer, 39, has no plans to return to his apartment after being ambushed nearby on a stroll with the pop icon’s pooches in West Hollywood on Feb. 24, The Sun reported Wednesday.

 "He hasn’t been living at his home since leaving the hospital, he has been with family who are helping to look after him during his recovery," an insider told the outlet.

"Everyone in the community was shook by what happened and we’ve been told he has no intention of returning. He wants to be somewhere safe and secure, especially when the shooter is still at large and police are investigating."

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Police said two brutes shot Fischer in the chest and left him for dead as they took off with Gaga’s pups Koji and Gustavo.

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The abducted pooches were later found unharmed.

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Meanwhile, Fischer has faced a rocky road to recovery that required part of his lung to be removed after it kept collapsing.

Ryan Fischer reportedly has no plans to return to his apartment after being ambushed nearby on a stroll with Lady Gaga's dogs in West Hollywood on Feb. 24.

Ryan Fischer reportedly has no plans to return to his apartment after being ambushed nearby on a stroll with Lady Gaga's dogs in West Hollywood on Feb. 24. (Getty Images)

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He was finally discharged from the hospital on March 29.

No arrests have been made in the case and the motive remains unclear.