As for Laymon, she's taking the high road, choosing not to publish the name of the officer who did this to her dog.
"Thousands of people are heartsick at what has been done to Bruno. It is horrible, it is tragic, it is heartbreaking for my children to have witnessed it," she writes on Facebook. "But what if someone decides to take revenge? What if someone takes the name that I share and takes justice into their own hands. What if another senseless tragedy follows the first?"
Indeed, she's taking a better, more effective road to making sure this kind of thing doesn't happen again.
"I do want Rogers County to take a good hard look at protocol and realize that pets are family members and that this should have been avoided," she writes.