Bone cancer takes life of Sheriff’s K-9
The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office lost a beloved K-9 to an aggressive bone cancer late last week.
The dog, Skylar, had to be put down Saturday following a trip to the veterinarian, officials said.
Lt. Neal Goodman has been the dog’s handler for a number of years and noticed the dog developed a limp about two weeks ago. According to the vet, Skylar would’ve only lived about seven more days. He had to be put to sleep.
Goodman has been head of the K-9 handler program for the last 20 years and has been very successful with several dogs, a statement from the Sheriff’s Office said.
This loss has really hit Goodman hard, a spokesman said.
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