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Officers from the Walsh County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, July 9, 2013, drag the body of the last Rottweiler from the home of Peter Grzeskowiak, the owner of a pack of dogs that mauled passer-by John Munoz on Sunday morning. When officers tried to negotiate euthanization of the dogs with Grzeskowiak, a dispute arose mid-proccess, leading Grzeskowiak to slit the throat of one dog himself and deliberately send another back into the house, authorities said. Photo by Jenna Watson/Grand Forks Herald

Sheriff defends decision to kill dogs at Walsh County home

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WALSH COUNTY, N.D. - Walsh County Sheriff Lauren Wild is confident in his choice to kill 13 of Peter Grzeskowiak’s dogs after a pack of them attacked a Fargo man early Sunday morning outside of Warsaw, N.D.

On Wednesday, Wild said capturing and quarantining the dogs was an option, but the animals’ size and aggressiveness left him and his deputies with no choice but to shoot them.

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