Hilarious moment officers respond to a 911 call about a vicious dog terrorizing the neighbors… only to find a small puppy barking furiously in the front yard
- Video shows an Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office officer responding to a call.
- The incessantly barking vicious dog appeared to weigh less than 20 pounds.
- The amused deputy is heard saying calmly: ‘What’s up Toto?’ ‘What’s up Toto?’ while the puppy continues to bark incessantly as he runs across the lawn
The hilarious moment an officer responds to a 911 call about a ferocious dog terrorizing the neighbors only to find a small pup barking furiously in the front yard.
Surveillance footage shows the officer from the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office pulling up to a large two-story home in the quiet Deer Creek, OK, neighborhood.
Body camera video shows only the officer’s shadow walking into the driveway as the small dog, who appears to weigh less than 20 pounds, barks incessantly on the front lawn as he runs.
The amused deputy is heard saying calmly: ‘What’s up Toto?’ ‘What’s up Toto?’ while the puppy continues to bark.
The deputy assesses the situation and then calls out, ‘Let me see if I can open this door,’ as he walks to the back of the house. One of the commands he tells the dog is: ‘Come on for a bit.’
An officer with the Oklahoma sheriff’s office responds to a call about the ferocious dog terrorizing neighbors.
The house in Deer Park where the dog was found barking on the front lawn
The little pup is seen approaching where the officer, who does not appear in the clip, is seen.
The video then shows the officer walking towards the patio located at the rear of the house. The moment he opens the door, a second dog appears, this one just as small but darker in color.
The officer is heard telling the second dog to “back off,” as the pup follows.
The officer then closes the door and he secures it by making sure the pup doesn’t run away again.
Once the officers have the dog back in the owner’s yard, he reaches down to pick up some white decorative stones and places them in front of the fence before heading back to his patrol car.
The city of Deer Creek is located in Grant County, named for a nearby stream, which is a tributary of the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River.
The city has a population of 63 and is considered the 657 largest city in Oklahoma, according to World population review.
The video offers a view of the street and shows the deputy walking towards the patio located at the back of the house.
The officer is heard telling the second dog to “back off,” as the ferocious pup follows. He closes the door. The officer is seen securing the door to make sure the pup doesn’t escape again.