Ontario Provincial Police Shoot Dog in Embrun

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) say an officer was forced to shoot and kill a dog in the community of Embrun on March 7. Following reports of a man wielding a knife, the Russell OPP intervened, resulting in the man's arrest. However, the man's dog persisted in attacking humans and other animals. Despite efforts to restrain the dog with a taser, officers resorted to using a firearm to kill the dog.