Pack of small dogs causing big problems for Arizona neighborhood - WSPA.com

Pack of small dogs causing big problems for Arizona neighborhood

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ARIZONA - A gang is wreaking havoc in one Arizona neighborhood, but it's not a gang of criminals. 

This gang is made up of Chihuahuas, stuck on the streets without a place to call home.


Residents say the dogs may be small, but they are a big problem running loose in the area. 

Animal control officials say the problem is overpopulation.  Officers are calling on the residents to corner the dogs if they spot one.  Animal control is hoping people will adopt many of the dogs from their shelter.


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