SCENE: Four dead dogs found in Wyoming Street incident

Police shoot dogs fighting at Dayton home

Police shot three dogs, killing one, after they responded to a call of a possible dog attack at a home on Wyoming Street this morning, police said.  A fourth dog involved was not shot.

“I was panicking, hysterical really.  I did not want them to shoot,” said Alexis Keeton, who owns the dogs.

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Keeton’s four dogs were fighting in the backyard and her neighbor heard Keeton screaming for help and called 911.

One of the dogs police shot died and the others are still receiving medical treatment at a local veterinarian, officers said.

Keeton said tried to separate the dogs, but feared she might get attacked.

“I tried getting behind them and pulling them apart,” Keeton said.  “I was also scared one of them would attack me.”

UPDATE @ 12:16 p.m.:

A dog is dead and three others injured after police shot the three dogs attacking another dog at a home on Wyoming Street, police said.

Police said one of the dogs involved in the incident was killed and the other dogs involved were receiving medical attention.

A neighbor called 911 to report a woman screaming at the house in the 500 block around 11 a.m.

“My neighbor’s been screaming that her dog’s attacking her,” the caller told emergency dispatchers.

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We’re working to learn whether the deceased dog was the one being attacked or one that was shot by officers on the scene.

INITIAL REPORT

Four dead dogs were reportedly found in a Dayton home on Wyoming Street after police initially responded to a possible dog attack, dispatch records show.

Officers responded to the house in the 500 block around 11 a.m.

Police have requested the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center to respond to the scene, records show.

We’re working to learn more.

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