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    Everday i loose sa little bit more faith with cops. **Sean puts on flame suit and pumps out chest**

    Police shoot dog defending unconscious owner


    Piss poor form in my book.


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    that sucks poor dog
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    I don't agree with their actions, but I don't see what else they could have done to get help to the guy FAST. What if he was suffering a heart attack, etc? There's not much information, but if the police shot to wound the dog (non lethal), then in this situation alone that's okay in my books.

    Obviously, if he was shooting to shoot it, then there's something seriously wrong with that policeman, same with the man who sprayed it with mace. Was that really necessary after it was on the ground and definitely not getting up? No, of course not...

    HOWEVER, while I hold my optimistic view of what he did, I realise there's a lot of angst against pit bulls and it may have been quite the opposite... I'm at least trying to hold my faith in humanity here... >.<

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    Totally understand what ya mean silver s......but this is the icing on the cake for me and i have 2 very close mates who are cops. I realise we need police.....but they are going about things completly wrong these days IMO. They are so gung ho with thier tasers these days....like the 84 year old fella with dementia....why not try that first aswell as the spray.


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    It says that the dog is recovering.

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    I do agree with you Sean. What happened to the man with dementia?

    Can definitely see the man being too afraid to the go the safer route first (and who wouldn't be scared of a cranky dog protecting his owner?), but it's no excuse. It's too bad that so many in America really have a lack of empathy for the animals, in particular pets, over there =/

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    Yeah my OH saw that and thought it was disgraceful...why can't they use tranquilizer guns or something on the dog, at least then it is certain to recover for certain.

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    I do agree with you Sean. What happened to the man with dementia?

    Police Tasered, sprayed 84-y-o man | Perth Now


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    I actually didn't read anything in that story that I found out of line, apart from possibly the mace. If you were in a situation were you had to choose between saving a man's life - he was in danger of being hit by traffic - or demobilising a dog any way you could, what would you do? They had to act fast and I don't think I would've wanted to take the time nor would've had the clarity of mind to think up some other way to solve the problem before the owner got flattened by a truck.

    The dog is lucky he survived. There's some mention of his owner being a drug addict and the dog having a history of being overprotective, so I fear it's not the police who stands most in the way of the dog having a safe and happy future.

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    The cops could have maced him first...just like they do to humans.....it would have bolted for sure...it's agony being maced.

    Failing that..taser !! If the dog got up again...give him another bolt.....would make any pitty turn into a cowering mess.

    They are trained to think quick. Maybe these guys need retraining.

    I deal with aggressive dogs nearly everyday and was taught to dominate them straight away and show no fear.....works for me 90% of the time and i dont have a 3 diffrent weapons hanging around my waist. Just a set of balls (that these cops obviously dont have) and a hose.


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