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Officer forced to shoot K-9 after attacking him

Posted on June 12th, 2012 No Comments

A police officer with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office was forced to shoot his German Shepherd last week after it attacked him. The officer was trying to put a leash on the dog at a veterinarian’s office when the accident happened.

According to the Detroit News, the 23 year-veteran of the force was taking the dog to the vet after the five year-old pure breed, named Gunner, was beginning to display aggressive behavior.

The owner was able to block his face, but the dog latched on to his arm and wouldn’t let go. He says he was forced to shoot the dog to prevent himself further injury. The dog later died.

If you or someone you love has been attacked by a German Shepherd, contact the dangerous dog lawyers of Ravid & Associates, P.C. by calling 1-877-PET-BITE today.

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