Wild dogs kill animals at school barn

February 24, 2009 2:16:40 PM PST
Wild dogs are blamed for killing more than one dozen animals in an agriculture barn at a San Antonio school. Video surveillance from the complex in the Judson Independent School District shows several dogs running in and out of the area where the animals, for student projects, were penned.

The attack early Monday left 12 goats and two lambs dead.

School district spokesman Sean Hoffmann says it appears the dogs scaled 5-foot tall panel fences.

Hoffmann also says school officials want to know if the dogs, which have not been captured, are responsible for a similar attack last year at the complex.

Security is being tightened in the barn area.

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