Watch how police seize dangerous dogs in new bodycam footage

West Midlands Police have released footage of how officers seize dangerous dogs.

The force says its team of dangerous dog handlers has attended more than 800 incidents involving an out-of-control dog between 1 April and 31 July this year and seized 96 suspected dangerous dogs.

Data released by West Midlands Police showed that they received 1002 reports of crime violating the Dangerous Dogs Act in 2023, with three reports resulting in a charge or summons.

Footage shared by the force shows officers removing a dog from a property.

Dog Spent 12 Years Chained Up In The Dirt, Wondering When His Day Would Come

Paws 4 Hope received a call regarding a senior dog who was tied up without food or water. Four years prior, his owner died, which left him with an older adult who ended up neglecting him, writes ilovemydogsomuchThe 12-year-old dog was suffering from severe skin issues, had no teeth, and was extremely filthy and hadn’t received a bath in who knows how long.They decided to name this sweet dog “Roger,” and rushed him to the nearest vet for proper medical care.

Roger was treated for his ailments and given a much-needed bath before going to live with a loving foster. He is currently receiving treatment for anemia, intestinal parasites, as well as skin and ear issues.

With the love and support from his rescuers, vet staff and foster mom, Roger was transformed not just on the outside, but on the inside as well.

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