CHICAGO (WLS) -- A Chicago police officer shot and killed a dog Saturday night while responding to a domestic disturbance on the South Side, CPD said.
Officers were in the 11200-block of South Edbrooke Avenue in Roseland just before 8 p.m. when a dog attacked an officer, according to Chicago police.
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The officer then shot the dog, killing it.
The officer was not injured in the incident, CPD said.
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Chicago police officer shoots, kills dog after being attacked on South Side, CPD says
Dog killed while officers responded to domestic disturbance, CPD said
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