He’s a superdog! Dallas police dog Yoll fell four stories and lived to tell about it with just few scrapes on his paws, according to tweets and Facebook posts from the department.
Maj. Max Geron at the department has a sense of humor about it, too:
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The Dallas Police Department’s blog reports Yoll has a follow-up appointment Tuesday to decide whether he can go back to work.
According to the blog, at about 10 a.m. Saturday Yoll was responding to a theft in progress call on Scyene Road. He was assisting with a building search when he fell through an elevator shaft.
The 6-year-old German Shepherd, who is a patrol-narcotics detector dog with Senior Cpl. Susan Millard, walked into the vet’s office on his own afterward, according to The Dallas Morning News.
The vet reportedly found he sustained two small scrapes on his feet and Yoll went home with his handler that evening.