"I think pit bulls are a great start," Sanders told the Press Democrat
Police responded to the house on a suburban street in Pacifica last Thursday after Greg Napora called the cops to report his wife was in the front room, covered in blood. He warned them that the family dog, Gunner, was in the back room.
Police posted an officer to keep watch while they waited for Animal Care & Control to arrive to pick up the aggressive-acting animal. However, 10 to 15 minutes after, the dog apparently went into the backyard through a sliding-glass door.
Gunner somehow got loose from the backyard while police were supposed to be keeping watch and walked to the front yard of the Naporas' home. Police shot the dog dead.
The dog "was covered in blood. There was no way we were going to
take chances of it getting loose into the neighborhood or attacking