SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – Several dogs were taken into the custody of San Diego County and put down, after a Lomita woman reported that her six dogs were attacked and some killed by a group of pit bulls.
The attacked was reported around 10:30 a.m. Saturday at a home in the 7700 block of Jamacha Road in the Lomita area.
According to animal services, four pit bulls managed to gain access to a neighbor’s backyard and attacked the woman’s six dogs. At least five of them were killed.
Those that died were Chihuahuas.
The owner of the pit bulls was forced to surrender the dogs to the county. The pit bulls ranged in age from 11 months to six years. All four were put down.
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