The domestic dog suddenly bites, but the owner has to ask the police to shoot the dog.

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 The domestic dog suddenly bites, but the owner has to ask the police to shoot the dog.


On October 28, a domestic firewood dog in Daliujia Street, Pulandian District, changed its normal state and became extremely vicious. Not only did we chase and attack past passers-by, but even our owners did not let go. The dog owner had no choice but to ask the police to shoot him.

Dog owner told reporters that this is a firewood dog (commonly known as a local dog or grass dog), has been used to guard the home nursing home, before the temperament is OK, but recently some abnormal, especially on October 28, constantly chasing and attacking passers-by, when he stopped, even attacking himself, which made him very unexpected and worried.

In the evening, because the firewood dog was still barking wildly, running around, frightening neighbors or fleeing far away, or dared not go out, the owner of the dog had no choice but to dial 110 to ask the police for help. Blue shark mobile team arrived at the scene after receiving the assignment from the Brandian Branch Bureau. Blue shark team members introduced to reporters that they found that the involved domestic dog was not a large dog, but at that time, the dogs eyes were red, his voice was low and hoarse, and he was extremely irritable. It was possible to hurt people at any time. At the request of the owner of the dog, the blue shark decided to shoot him. Several blue sharks managed to drive the firewood dog to a courtyard and block it to prevent the mad dog from escaping and attacking passers-by. A shooter was then assigned to climb up to the top to perform the shooting mission. Soon Chai dog was killed. Dog owners and neighboring residents thanked the police for their prompt and proper handling and praised them for clearing away potential safety hazards for neighboring residents. Source: Peninsular Morning Post editor: Li Cong _B11284

In the evening, because the firewood dog was still barking wildly, running around, frightening neighbors or fleeing far away, or dared not go out, the owner of the dog had no choice but to dial 110 to ask the police for help.

Blue shark mobile team arrived at the scene after receiving the assignment from the Brandian Branch Bureau. Blue shark team members introduced to reporters that they found that the involved domestic dog was not a large dog, but at that time, the dogs eyes were red, his voice was low and hoarse, and he was extremely irritable. It was possible to hurt people at any time.

At the request of the owner of the dog, the blue shark decided to shoot him. Several blue sharks managed to drive the firewood dog to a courtyard and block it to prevent the mad dog from escaping and attacking passers-by. A shooter was then assigned to climb up to the top to perform the shooting mission.

Soon Chai dog was killed. Dog owners and neighboring residents thanked the police for their prompt and proper handling and praised them for clearing away potential safety hazards for neighboring residents.