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Watch What This Cop Did To This Dog. Then Watch What The Dog Does To The Cop!

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Plattsburg Police Officer Nick Sheppard

Officer Sheppard didn't get to keep his new buddy. "Just to let you all know," wrote the Plattsburg Police Department on its Facebook page, "This happy doggy was picked up a short time later by his owner."

Happy ending to a happy story~

edit: I just looked at their facebook page and there's a bunch of pictures of dogs found running loose and up for adoption. None of them with visible bullet holes.

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

Glad to know of the reunion with owner

Hopefully, he keep his best friend under closer wraps. Obviously free to jump the fence, his paw slipped into that stuck position. He was sooo glad to be freed from that place he had absolutely no way of to get out of, eh?

P.S. the use of "he", for both owner and dog is generic, and not meant to imply this as a typical guy-thing; although some ladies will naturally be inclined to think so :)

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

And now it's time to play

And now it's time to play ....Good Cop Bad Cop!

This is a good cop! Enjoyed my coffee watching that video. It wasn't a story of a dog getting shot or tazered by a coward, which ruins the morning coffee and the morning, if not day, if not society.

Be Your Own Media!!!

made my day!

as william burroughs pointed out - there are johnsons (good people) in every profession.

thanks for posting.

Great thread title, 'Cuda, hooked me

Hoping for the best, but expecting the worst, I clinked on it anyway. The outcome was even better than expected.

Dogs have much to teach us about gratitude. Mine gives me lessons every day.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Definite step up

From the usual run of cop videos that we get around here.

Good job, officer.

The way the dog must have felt while trapped...

is the way many of us feel when we find ourselves trapped in our cars with a police car behind us and an officer asking us for our driver's license when we were merely exercising the right to travel in our privately owned automobiles!

If cops would be as kind to us humans trapped by unconstitutional application of regulatory statutes on commercial activity as this one was to the dog, there wouldn't be so much distrust and hostility toward cops in general.

If cops would set us free, I'd gladly take a ride in a cops car and keep him company once in a while, chew the fat, express appreciation for his part in making our communities safer, etc.

But then I'm dreaming aren't I?

Nice video.

Freedom is the ability to do what you want to do.
Liberty is the ability to do what you ought to do.
"Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." 2 Corinthians 3:17

I want to be around energy like this all the time.

Thank you for that!!

kind people rock

how many

were gripping those wire cutters as hard as you could along with the officer~ I know I was

Daughter of 1776 American Revolutionists

Maybe that's why he was able to do it.

We were all helping him! :)

When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir

You two's comments

put tears in my eyes because I was trying to help him too.


Now THAT was so neat!

What a nice police officer, and there are many, many more like him out there. We just need to find more of them and bring more video clips to the Daily Paul.

God bless that cop!

I think that dog wanted to go back with the cop and be his dog! That would've been really neat if he did, if he took that dog to be his own, because I'm not sure the dog belonged to the old lady. Dogs can tell when they hear a friendly voice. Let's hope that dog had a good home, or that the cop took him with him.

That is the funniest thing I've ever seen!

Good to see these types of videos

Thanks for sharing!

What a grateful little guy

I have always wondered if the cop adopted him.. how could you not want him to be with you forever ?



That dog knew he owned that cop at that point and could make him do whatever he wanted. Dogs TRAIN people. That's what my dog does. But I usually don't figure it out until later.

Yeah, My dogs Trained me to feed them

a piece of bread whenever I come home- whether I just came back from 2 minutes across the street. I'm such a sucker ! They're kinda pudgy..


This Is So Cute...A Grateful Pooch...Ha! .... Cute..

We need more stories like this Barracuda...Good job!

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No comments?

What it's going on? Where are all the comments about how all cops are pigs?

Maybe he missed...

Maybe he missed his calling and would be better off with a career change. He works well with animals and can catch them in his vehicle. The Humane Society has jobs for people like that. How often do you see something in the news where Humane Society workers walk onto someones property and instantly shoots their animal and say "Opps wrong address, but he needed shooting anyway and there is nothing you can do about it" ?


Hmmmm....think you got something there...

Normally this would get the "good cop" thumbs up but 'Cuda pulled a bait-and-switch on us.

Way to go good cop!

Most of those who think so actually don't and most of those who think sew actually rip.

I know

This is how the cops around me are too. Always tryin'a help out n'at.