A Denver business owner said Adams County sheriff's deputies forced their way into his business and shot his 35-pound dog to death, an incident that occurred because the deputies went to the wrong address investigating an alarm. Jeff Fisher said his eight-year-old dog, a blue heeler/border collie mix, was not aggressive. "He turned to come back to me. And the police officer opened fire. He ran past the police officer at the door. He just wanted to see who it was. And the police officer shot him 3 times," Fisher said. "I'm yelling 'You shot my dog. You shot my dog.' And the police officer says 'You need to calm down. You can get a new dog." The alarm that deputies were investigating was next door, Fisher said.