When you deploy a K-9 Officer the idea is at the canine will bite suspect, not that the suspect will bite the canine. it turns out that is not always the truth. A social media page run by nonprofit canine organization reported an incident of the subject biting the dog not the dog biting the subject.
just over a week ago police from multiple jurisdictions responded to a possible shots fired call in Boscawen. Were taken into custody in connection with that call. The call also prompted a social media warning to residents of the area. one suspect was taken to the hospital with a reported gunshot wound.
A K-9 Officer was deployed when an individual refused to exit a trailer that the police were attempting to investigate. The dog was able to locate the individual hiding in the trailer when he found individual the suspect began kicking and attacking the K-9 Officer. After the individual seemed to get a lead on the K9 Officer, he put K9 Veda in a chokehold and bit the dog on the head/neck.
None of the three individuals who are arrested in relation to that call had their identities release as of this time. What we do know is that canine Veda is fine and was medically assessed while on the scene. However, the call is not one that you hear often, or ever.
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