How vets saved a stabbed police dog
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How vets saved stabbed police dog Finn's life

Police dog Finn was left with life-threatening injuries when he and his handler PC Dave Wardell were stabbed on duty.

The pair were attacked in Stevenage in the early hours of 5 October.

It took a team of skilled vets from two surgeries to save the life of the gravely-ill dog as air entered his chest through a deep wound that narrowly missed his heart.

  • 10 Jun 2017