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Bad Dog
« on: January 30, 2009, 12:31:07 PM »



Kalama cop digs deep to rescue dog from sewer tank
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A Kalama police officer soiled his uniform rescuing a stray dog from drowning in tank of sewage at the city’s sewage treatment plant Tuesday when the water-loving pup dove in for a swim.

No one was hurt, but both parties required extensive bathing afterward, said Kalama Police Chief Bruce Hall.

“The officer did his duty in someone else’s doody,” Hall cracked Tuesday evening.
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The chocolate Lab bounded up the steps leading to the digester. Skeie hollered at him to stop, but the dog flung himself joyfully into the brown soup “just like any dog jumping into a swimming pool,” the officer said.

The dog started paddling, but because the tank is pumped with air bubbles, he wasn’t buoyant. Only his head and front paws were visible as he struggled to swim in the foamy liquid.

Skeie leaned over the wall on his stomach and managed to grab the sinking dog’s ear. He pulled the dog to the wall and hauled him out by the scruff of the neck, smearing “bio-solids” all over the sleeves of his uniform.

Then the wet dog shook himself vigorously, spraying Skeie head to toe in liquid sewage.

“It doesn’t taste that good, either,” said the good-natured Skeie, who, fortunately, is up-to-date on his hepatitis vaccines.

The not-so-sweet smelling officer gave himself and the dog a quick rinse at the outdoor faucet before going home for a long shower. About an hour later, the stray dog’s new adoptive owner, Gretchen Procop, arrived to take the chocolate Lab home.

She named him “Hershey.”
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Re: Bad Dog
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2009, 09:57:34 PM »

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The chocolate Lab bounded up the steps leading to the digester.  Skeie hollered at him to stop, but the dog flung himself joyfully into the brown soup “just like any dog jumping into a swimming pool,” the officer said.
A swimming pool filled with excrement, that is.  Kinda reminds me of Bandon ...

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About an hour later, the stray dog’s new adoptive owner, Gretchen Procop, arrived to take the chocolate Lab home.
What are the odds?
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« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2009, 04:03:01 AM »


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About an hour later, the stray dog’s new adoptive owner, Gretchen Procop, arrived to take the chocolate Lab home.
What are the odds?

We're *bunghole* deep in them.
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« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2009, 05:44:12 AM »

Both the cop and dog are lucky they weren't overcome with deadly fumes.
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