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Arkansas Deputy Fired After Being Caught On Video Shooting Tiny Dog In The Face

Arkansas Deputy Fired Shot Dog Caught Video
Source: The Faulkner County Sheriff's Office, Facebook

Jan. 7 2019, Published 2:47 p.m. ET

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An Arkansas sheriff's deputy has lost his job after he was caught on video shooting a tiny dog for being too aggressive.

As has learned, the department fired Keenan Wallace after a horrific clip of him shooting a Chihuahua in the face was released.

In the video, Wallace is seen arriving at Doug Canady's home in Conway where he is approached by two small pups, including Reeses.

As he walks up to Canady, the home owner's pet starts to bark. Wallace warns that if the dog gets aggressive, he will shoot it. And 20 seconds later he does just that.

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"Are you fu***ng kidding me?" Canady shouts as Reeses squeals in pain. "You're fu***ng kidding me."

"I told you," Wallace replies as he approaches the heartbroken owner with a taser in his hand.

The two argue.

"I'm recording you right now. I just recorded you shooting that dog in front of me putting me in danger," says Canady.

"No, I didn't, the shot hit the dog, what I aimed at," says Wallace.

The department let the deputy go after learning of the incident.

Keenan Wallace

Reeses survived the shooting with a broken jaw. He is getting treatment for his gunshot injury.


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