A 2-year-old German Shepard recently took the place of a canine who was forced into retirement after being shot in the line of duty with his Anaheim Police Department handler.
Bruno, the Anaheim police K-9 who nearly died after being shot while on duty, officially retired from service Tuesday evening.
Orange County’s most beloved canine cop is going home.
Vets at Yorba Regional Animal Hospital performed several surgeries on the 7-year-old German Shepherd after he was critically injured in the line of duty last month.
The fundraiser was held at an Applebee’s — it was billed as “Breakfast for Bruno.”
An Anaheim police dog that was seriously injured in a deadly officer-involved shooting was doing well Wednesday after undergoing emergency surgery overnight.
The fundraiser for Bruno was held at Tony’s Deli in Anaheim.
Doctors said Friday K-9 Officer Bruno’s repaired lungs were functioning properly after being damaged during a shootout last week.
An Anaheim police officer is speaking out for the first time since a shooting nearly claimed the life of his K-9 partner, Bruno.
Bruno was able to take a short walk on some grass outside the Yorba Regional Animal Hospital Sunday.
The event was called “Bark for Bruno” and man and beast alike came to support the 7-year-old German Shepherd.
Authorities Friday continued searching for a second suspect following a deadly officer-involved shooting that also injured a beloved police dog.
Bruno is a white and brindle American Staffordshire Mix.
As if his portrayals of Borat and Bruno weren’t outrageous enough, Sacha Baron Cohen’s next role will be playing Saddam Hussein.