Dog surprises officer by giving birth in squad carFrom: www.msnbc.msn.com
PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. — A pit bull delivered quite a surprise in the back of a Prescott Valley patrol car. Prescott Valley police said Tuesday that an officer picked up the pit bull on Friday from an area woman who had been watching the dog.
The officer noticed the dog appeared quite pregnant, but the woman told him she was not. She told the officers she was only supposed to watch the dog for a short time and that its owners never picked her up.
The officer put the dog in the back of his patrol car to be impounded, but when he got to the station, he found more than one dog in the back.
Dutchess had given birth to a male puppy during the ride. The officer took the dog to a kennel and brought the puppy to her.
Soon after, she gave birth to a second puppy.
Dutchess was taken to the Yavapai Humane Society and is believed to have given birth to more puppies but it’s unclear how many.
Word of the Day
Main Entry: im·pound
Function: transitive verb
Date: 15th century
1 a : to shut up in or as if in a pound : confine b : to seize and hold in the custody of the law c : to take possession of <she was dismissed and her manuscript impounded — Jonathan Weiner>
2 : to collect and confine (water) in or as if in a reservoir
Area: n. a geographical region
Deliver: v. a geographical region
Kennel: n. an establishment where dogs or cats are bred, raised, trained, or boarded
Puppy: n. a young dog, esp. one less than a year old
Unclear: adj. uncertain
Watch: v. to take care of
Love those Phrasal Verbs!
Pick up: collect somebody (in this case was a dog)
- Mr. Harrington will drive to the train station to pick up Mr. Morales at 2:00 p.m.