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Texas Officers Rescue Lost Pit Bull


Two Arlington, Texas, police officers were recently flagged down while responding to another call, by some people claiming a pit bull that was out on their street was vicious. But, after a closer look, Sergeant Gary Carter noticed the pit was just a lost dog. Read Full Story Here.

July 01, 2014
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Tags: Arlington (Texas) PD, Dog Rescues


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Nichole @ 7/2/2014 4:15 AM

I wouldn't be surprised if someone let it out of it's yard on purpose in the hopes that it would be shot by officers. People are more vicious than animals any day of the week.

Sheriff Bob @ 7/2/2014 12:00 PM

Big KUDO's to you and your assisting officer Sergeant Carter for your humane and compassionate decision. As a dog advocate I am moved by this story and for your professionalism as a fellow officer!

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