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CanadaCalgary police dog bites officer's young son causing serious injury

15:37  12 august  2019
15:37  12 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The City of Calgary has laid charges against an officer after his off-duty police dog escaped his yard and bit a boy. The officer is facing three counts of an animal running at large and one count of an animal attacking a person and causing severe injury , the city said in a statement Thursday.

Calgary police are investigating after an incident on Saturday afternoon where a young boy, the son of a police dog handler, was bitten by the member' s The child was taken to hospital with serious injuries but has since been released. The police dog in training was taken to the CPS kennels.

Calgary police dog bites officer's young son causing serious injury © Getty A file photo of a K-9 badge.

CALGARY — The Calgary Police Service says it's looking into an incident where the young son of one of its officers was bitten by an off-duty police dog in training.

Police say the Canine Unit officer was grooming the dog on the deck of his home Saturday afternoon when the boy approached and was bitten.

They say the child was treated in hospital for serious injuries, but has since been released, while the dog has been moved to a police kennel.

Inspector Nancy Farmer said in a release Sunday that police service dogs "require a high level of socialization, and being at home with their handlers during their time off is critical to developing a strong bond between the dog and their officer."

She added that the police service is providing support to the officer and his family.

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