A Calgary police dog, injured on the job, is back at work.
A Facebook post from Calgary police confirms Jester has been given a clean bill of health after he was stabbed tracking down two suspects earlier this summer.
On Sunday, July 30, police responded to a break and enter at the Grant MacEwan school in Falconridge.
The K9 went after the two suspects, one of which started stabbing the dog.
Jester was recovering with his owner and has been cleared to work again.
His handler thanks Calgarians for their well-wishes and support.
Two young men are facing charges including break and enter and stabbing a police dog.