Fischach-Itzlishofen: After a dog bite: This is how the police check the nature of the animals

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Near Fischach, a German shepherd bites a three-year-old boy in the face. Now experts from the service dog squadron from Königsbrunn take a look at the animal.

A German shepherd has bitten a three-year-old boy in the middle of the face. As reported, the 57-year-old grandfather was talking to the dog handler at a bus stop when the incident happened unnoticed by the two adults. The boy suffered flesh wounds below the eye that had to be sewn in the university clinic. Now the dog has to undergo a character test. The check of the so far inconspicuous shepherd dog is carried out by the Königsbrunn service dog team of the police inspection. At the request of our newspaper, their boss Michael Deißler explains how such a check usually works and also knows the reason why dogs so like to attack postmen.

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