The police departments in the US state of Michigan investigation after footage went viral online repeatedly show and one of its officers tasering dog According to the owner of Pet Dog reportedly contacted police after they became concerned when the dog became loose in their neighborhood in Roseville.It shows video of two officers to try to catch the animals, with one decision to deploy a stun gun.
In spite of his colleague managed to pace the dog with a pole control, and continue the officer to shoot electric shocks in pets and it whimpers helplessly.One woman could be seen to urge officials to stop tasering dog, but threatened protests seen being transferred to prison on charges of disorderly conduct.
Last bystanders can be heard saying: “the dog on the pole of control, there’s no reason to keep tasering him.”Women filmed the incident, local residents Lauren Davis, publication of the video on Facebook on Sunday (March 12). And it has since seen more than 200,000 times.
He called the actions of the police officers “Patients and unacceptable,” she wrote: “My issue is not in the initial use of the taser, which was a good call, non-fatal dog that is protected and protected car drivers in six lanes, as well as the dog loose.
“My issue is that they keep the dog shock after it was on a stick, and they do not even know how to use them properly stick.”Fox 2 News said that the dog did not show any aggressive behavior before being shocked, but that was simply running loose in the neighborhood.
“The only time there was anything it could be interpreted as aggression is when he was on her back, on the ground that the stun gun with a fishing pole shoved in her face. The cut in fishing pole, and that, I also, he said,” Davis.
She said she did not want two of the officers involved to be sacked, but called instead to the police department to provide them with more training.Roseville Police said they were investigating Fox 2, but did not comment further on the v