Pit Bull Shot
Escaped Pit Bull Shot In Leg After Attacking U.S. Mint Employee, 2 Others Outside San Francisco Coin Factory
A pit bull’s leg will likely be amputated after the dog allegedly attacked a U.S. Mint employee and two other people outside the Mint building in San Francisco and was shot by federal police.
A pit bull was fatally shot by police after an officer was bit during an investigation into mail theft early Wednesday morning in San Jose.
A Fairfield man was arrested and his dog was shot and killed Friday after he allegedly tried to use the animal to hold off police in a standoff.
A dog was shot and injured Thursday night after officers responded to an alleged burglary in progress at a Fremont home that turned out to be a false report made by a teenage neighbor, a police detective said.