K9 with bone cancer gets final salute outside vet’s office

This photo provided by Newberry Township Police shows Newberry Township Police Sgt. Chris Martinez and his K9 partner Tazer being saluted before the dog is euthanized Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019 in Etters, Pa. Newberry Township Police Chief Steven Lutz says 9-year-old German Shephard Tazer didn’t seem well after his last shift on Saturday night. Sgt. Chris Martinez, his handler, took him to the vet on Tuesday and learned Tazer had bone cancer in both hind legs, and one of the legs was broken. (Newberry Township Police via AP)

ETTERS, Pa. — A beloved K9 suffering from bone cancer got a final salute at the Pennsylvania veterinarian’s office where he was euthanized.