A family dog from Allen County, Kentucky was fatally shot by a wildlife officer. The doggo, a two-year-old German Shepherd named Kaiser, was shot by a Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officer while the animal was at their property.
– A dog was shot and killed in its own property.
– The doggo was reportedly aggressive towards a Kentucky Fish and Wildlife officer.
– The dog was instantly killed by the incident.
The dog owner, Tristan Brady, got Kaiser after five deployments and five years in the U.S. Navy. He said that the doggo was a good, smart, and loyal animal. The dog also helped him through a lot of difficult times. Cheryl Brady also shared that they cannot believe this happened because the dog was in their property where he should have been safe, but was still fatally shot.
Accordingly, the officer was there about a trespassing report and missed the “Beware of Dog” sign. The dog owners said that is unfounded. Kentucky Fish and Wildlife later released a statement saying that the officer was confronted by a large dog that had an aggressive behavior. The officer was also reportedly injured by Kaiser before he discharged his service weapon.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources said they are now investigating the matter.
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