How some departments are trying to prevent 'puppycide'
from The Christian Science Monitor
A recent spotlight on the unjustified shooting of family dogs by law enforcement officers is causing police departments across the country to rethink training strategies. Experts say the number of incidents have escalated in recent years. One specialist with the Department of Justice described these encounters as an "epidemic," estimating that around 25 to 30 family dogs are killed per day by law enforcement officers.
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