“He was wagging his tail. My dog wasn’t even moving, lunging toward him or anything.” Jennifer LeMay told the Minneapolis Star Tribune about her Staffordshire Terrier, Ciroc.
She is referring to an incident this weekend at her Minneapolis home where Ciroc and his four-legged companion, Rocko were shot and severely injured.
Ciroc and Rocko are emotional support dogs for LeMay’s sons who suffer from severe anxiety. So who would discharge a weapon on two dogs that weren’t aggressive or challenging them? And why? A cop.
We mostly talk about cops rescuing dogs, but sometimes, unfortunately, police officers do end up shooting dogs, but usually only as a last resort and if the animal threatens them.
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