A Covina police canine was attacked by a stray pit bull Thursday as he and his handler have been on their solution to a fundraising occasion.
The canine, named Jarno, was together with his handler, Officer Ryan Rasmussen, about four:30 p.m. when the Okay-9 was attacked within the 500 block of East Roland Road, close to Barranca Avenue, Covina police Sgt. John Zumwalt stated.
Jarno suffered a puncture wound to his stomach and was handled by a veterinarian who administered antibiotics, Zumwalt stated, including that the canine required no stitches.
“He’s high-quality; again to work,” Zumwalt stated.
Jarno didn’t retaliate when attacked, he stated.
“We practice our canine to not battle with different canine,” Zumwalt stated.
The darkish grey pit bull fled the scene and was not situated, he stated.
Rasmussen was not injured.
The officer used a Taser to thrust back the attacking canine, described as a 70-pound, darkish grey American pit bull that was sporting a collar, in accordance with the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
Anybody with details about the pit bull was requested to name Covina police at (626) 384-5595.
–Metropolis Information Service
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