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    Quote Originally Posted by tom88
    the officer was bitten, therefore I think that speaks as to what type of dog that was!
    I'd pay to see the pictures of his bite wound.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cattitude
    I'd pay to see the pictures of his bite wound.
    I stand behind Catt. I'd match her wager. This case has stink written all over it - yet I'm still waiting to hear the whole story. I would, however, pay to see some significant evidence or at the very least, hear the officer speak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tom88
    By all accounts, the officer was bitten, therefore I think that speaks as to what type of dog that was!
    My 10 month old daughter bit my ankle. What should I do?

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    This is so f'n screwed up it's amazing!
    I skimmed over the thread and didn't see it touched on BUT there is a point i would like to make...
    The cop HAD NO REASON TO DRAW HIS WEAPON! PERIOD.
    in the event of an animal attack, his first reaction should have been to discharge his pepper spray, there was no reason for deadly force

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    Quote Originally Posted by (((echo)))
    This is so f'n screwed up it's amazing!
    I skimmed over the thread and didn't see it touched on BUT there is a point i would like to make...
    The cop HAD NO REASON TO DRAW HIS WEAPON! PERIOD.
    in the event of an animal attack, his first reaction should have been to discharge his pepper spray, there was no reason for deadly force
    See simple enough, doesn't it?

    Dog barking..pulling on chain..oops..better get back to my cruiser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cattitude
    See simple enough, doesn't it?

    Dog barking..pulling on chain..oops..better get back to my cruiser.
    no need to go back to the cruiser...lets say he was correct and he was at the right house for the summons, that is conciddered a "moderate" threat level enviromnent which means in my eyes that he should have been ready to use "less than lethal" tactics...translation...pepperspray would be allready in hand.
    it's common sense to know that the dog was allready barking, so he should have known to stay clear of the animal..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom88
    I don't know what protocol your talking about? If a police officer is being attacked by an animal, he has a right to defend himself! The type of warrant is irrelevant! He was there doing the job we pay him to do! Now if it is found the officer did something wrong in the course of his duties then I am all for punishing him! However, lets not take the right of a police officer to defend himself from an attacking animal away. By all accounts, the officer was bitten, therefore I think that speaks as to what type of dog that was!
    Hmmm..dog barking...hmmm..I've already tried 2 other doors and no answer..hmmm..should I call animal control so I can knock on another door?? hmmmm..Wonder if dog will try to protect ITS home..hmmm..ah hell with animal control, I can always just shoot the damn dog..

    Yeah, this guy has the judgement of an imbecile, lets give him a gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sockgirl77
    My 10 month old daughter bit my ankle. What should I do?
    If your daughter is 125lbs. and requires to be put on a leash when you leave I would suggest crate training her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom88
    If your daughter is 125lbs. and requires to be put on a leash when you leave I would suggest crate training her!
    Bite or no bite, it was uncalled for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by otter
    Hmmm..dog barking...hmmm..I've already tried 2 other doors and no answer..hmmm..should I call animal control so I can knock on another door?? hmmmm..Wonder if dog will try to protect ITS home..hmmm..ah hell with animal control, I can always just shoot the damn dog..

    Yeah, this guy has the judgement of an imbecile, lets give him a gun.
    Is this what happened? Did the officer hear the dog barking then go to a location where the dog could bite him so he could shoot the dog? If these facts are true I would agree with your opinion of them. Somehow I find it hard to believe the officer put himself in harms way just to be able to shoot a dog!

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