German Shepherd Dog > Police: K-9 helped save officers' lives in shootout... (6 replies)
Police: K-9 helped save officers' lives in shootout...
by TAMPAGSD on 05 August 2010 - 16:17
|OK....Finally, chalk one up for the good guy's....Job well done to the officer and his K9 "Kilo".|
by BMartin on 05 August 2010 - 16:35
|damn good dog! glad the guy got what he deserved, shooting a police k9 and firing at officers. people should know by now that you dont shoot at cops in florida!|
by RutavehausKFK on 05 August 2010 - 16:52
|Wow that made me cry LoL.. That was very brave of that dog.. He is none the less gorgeous also.. Happy to hear they are all doing fine...|
by aceofspades on 05 August 2010 - 17:34
|A testament to the loyalty of a dog to it's person.|
This is why I love dogs, but mostly why I love German Shepherds.
by ggturner on 05 August 2010 - 22:02
|Great story--courageous dog!|
by k9deputysheriff on 06 August 2010 - 04:11
|That is such a great article to read. I am so happy that finally a working k9 gets some attention. This situation happens all too frequently and the dog which in most situations, saves the cops life, gets over looked. |
My working k9 saved my wife's life. I cannot tell you from a handlers perspective how great a feeling it is to know your four legged friend ALWAYS has your back and not to mention your families as well. Our dual purpose shepherd is the love of our family and our family would not be complete with out him. Without him who is to say if my wife would still be here.
The dog clearly demostrates his dedication to his job and handler in the article when the writer stated the dog continued to go after the suspect even though wounded. The dog risked his life for his handle.
I hope the cop realizes what that dog did for him.
Amazing article and thankfully the cop was injured and I hope for the quickest recovery for his canine.
by deacon on 06 August 2010 - 17:24
|>I do not come on this list and start trouble like some. What gets me here is what little reponse there is to this article. Yet when we POLICE K9 do something the forum does not like, the topic goes on forever!! Believe me for the most part a bond between a PSD and his handler more cases than not, is stronger than with anybody else.!!|