One of the Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s dog reportedly bit off a woman’s finger in his home in the Frisco neighborhood which is a suburb of Dallas. An officer had his rifle ready. Later they were seen snuggling the dogs. The incident was obtained by TMZ and is bodycam footage of the officer. You can hear the officer shouting “Get back!” at one of the two loose dogs as his rifle was raised.
Police were called to the Frisco neighborhood on the morning of Feb. 25 after a woman called saying two loose dogs were fighting in her front yard near Hilton Head Lane and Princess Caroline Court. According to audio obtained by KTVT-TV (Channel 11), she stayed on the line as she tried to break up the dogs.
“They’ve broken down the fence and they’re in the backyard,” she said. “They bit off my finger.”
One of the dogs, a pit bull named Legend, was allowed to stay at the home, but the dog that bit the woman, an American Staffordshire terrier named Icon, was quarantined at the Collin County Animal Shelter.
There was no sign of The GOAT, Prescott’s French bulldog that appeared in a Greek yogurt commercial with the quarterback last year.
Two weeks later, Prescott and the city reached an agreement that avoided a dangerous-dog hearing. According to a judge’s order, Prescott had to transfer custody of Icon to his veterinarian until he could make arrangements to move it out of Frisco. The dog will not be allowed back in the city without a court order.