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Clohe survived the shooting, but has had to endure three surgeries, and lost part of her tongue and a canine tooth.
"On the way there a state trooper pulled us over," Putnam said. "By now we were all covered in blood. She asked what happened and I gave her a 30-second run down. She then escorted us all the way to the veterinary hospital."
That was one of my favorite movies loved it !. I think they should use rubber bullets and tazers take away the real guns.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: Swills
Remember those stupid 12-sammich eatin, IQ of a rock, fat idiotic ship-for-brains cops in that movie Idiocracy......
Yeah - well, that's art imitating life, especially down in Michigan.
The most dangerous thing in America is a cop - proof right there, again.
Police nationwide are mishandling dog encounters because they have "zero training" in this area, he said, noting such video training is available for free online.
"Had they followed the protocols in these training videos, this would not have happened," Olson said of Chloe's shooting.
"It's too bad not only for my clients and the dog, ... but this is something that is a nationwide epidemic. It's a big problem and it's something that doesn't necessarily have to happen."
In Chloe's case, he said: "There was time, and when there's time, you need to isolate the dog." Olson also said the officers have not made good on their promise to "take care of this." He said Chloe's veterinary bill still has not been covered. And when his clients call the police or state officials about it, he said no one returns their calls.