Credit: County of San Diego

Man Fires Shots as Animal Services Attempts Rescue

| 2:39 PM

Things got hotter than they ever should have at the Border fire in the Campo area Monday when a man got a shotgun and fired shots to keep County employees from rescuing a burned emu.


VIDEO: County Animal Services to the Rescue in Fire Zone

| 11:39 AM

County animal control officers have carried out dozens of rescues of animals threatened by the Border Fire. Everything from dogs and cats to sheep, horses and chickens. Residents facing evacuation from the fire who need help rescuing or removing animals can call the County of San Diego Department of Animal Services dispatch at (619) 236-2341.  


Pet of the Week – Toby

| 8:00 AM

Toby is snow cute! This American Eskimo is looking for a loving home in which to live out his senior years. Toby arrived at the shelter when his prior owner was no longer able to care for him. He is approximately 11 years old and is neutered. He was raised with another dog that was […]