LOOMIS (CBS13) — K9 Eros, the dog that was shot in a Placer County shooting spree in January, will be honored by the Loomis City Council next week. Eros was wounded by a bullet when 47-year-old Stanley Stepanski went on a shooting spree, killing an elderly woman and injuring a father of six.

Eros is expected to make a full recovery and will be honored by the Mayor of Loomis, Tim Onderko, for his service and bravery.

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K9 Eros has been recovering at home and even made a stop at the Placer County Sheriff’s office Wednesday to visit deputies.

His handler said Eros’ pain is under control and he is more playful.


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