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    Azle service dog killed protecting home, master

    Hope they catch and fry these aholes:

    Azle service dog killed protecting home, master

    A service dog named Major died Monday while protecting his home from two men who robbed and pistol-whipped his master, who used a wheelchair.

    The unidentified master received seven staples from injuries inflicted during the robbery, a Parker County sheriff's deputy said.

    Major, a 12-year-old German shepherd, died after he was shot once in the head and once in the shoulders with a .410-caliber shotgun and a .380-caliber handgun, according to authorities. Family members told deputies that the dog attacked the suspects, which was why he was killed.

    The two masked men with guns beat the 37-year-old disabled man in his master bedroom repeatedly in the back of the skull, authorities said.

    "Obviously, we're going to put a lot of muscle and manpower behind this thing and see if we can't get these people located," said Larry Fowler, Parker County sheriff. "It was a vicious attack."
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    Quote Originally Posted by McDuff View Post
    Hope they catch and fry these aholes:



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    put honney on them spread eagle naked on a red ant nest

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    I agree with McDuff!

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    poor brave wonderful dog.

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    Ditto ~~
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    Mean people Suck!!

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