911…..My Dog Isn’t Breathing

dogPolice responded to a home on MLK Drive moments ago for a dog who had difficulty breathing. A child called Police when he believed his dog was not breathing. Upon arrival, the Officer determined the dog’s collar to be too tight, but the dog was breathing. The Officer at the scene requested a pair of bolt cutters to remove the collar, and the Fire Department was called. The FD arrived and cut the collar. The dog is being examined.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I know people in Lakewood don’t know what it means to own a pet, well let me tell you that I am a proud owner of a beautiful German Sheppard and if something would happen to her I would be down BIG time. Nobody is saying they are people, but if the police can help save this poor dog what’s the big deal??? I don’t get the joke.

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