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    New Zealand police fatally shoot airport security dog

    Named Grizz, the dog was being trained to detect explosives by New Zealand's Aviation Security Service and was about six months from graduating.
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/...y-dog-46196413



    This undated photo provided by the Aviation Security Service of New Zealand shows Grizz, a 10-month-old trainee security dog. Police shot dead a trainee security dog after it escaped its handler and ran onto the tarmac at Auckland, New Zealand, airport early on Friday, March 17, 2017, according to local media reports. (Aviation Security Service of New Zealand via AP)
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    So sad. Grizz was such a handsome dog. I've heard of dogs getting loose on the tarmac before, but with better results. Was there no other solution in this case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy Anna View Post
    So sad. Grizz was such a handsome dog. I've heard of dogs getting loose on the tarmac before, but with better results. Was there no other solution in this case?
    Dog was cute but sure sounds like he wasn't suited for work at the airport if he kept running from everyone.
    An obedient dog should presumably just come if called by a trainer.
    Regardless, why did they have to shoot the dog?
    Just my opinion



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