A man has been arrested following Cowra's Anzac Day dawn service on Thursday morning.
Cowra Police Inspector Adam Beard said a man was heard shouting loud offensive language.
"At Cowra's dawn service at 6.15am... a man was heard shouting loud, offensive language," Inspector Beard said.
"The man was approached by police and issued with a move on notice."
Inspector Beard said the 48-year-old Cowra man continued to use offensive language and was placed under arrest before a struggle commenced.
"The man had a cattle dog with him, and it is alleged the cattle dog bit one of the officer's feet," Inspector Beard said.
The man was arrested and charged with behaving in an offensive manner, resisting police and assaulting a police officer.
He was issued a court attendance notice and will appear before Cowra Local Court on June 19.