City Officials Want Fire Station to Remove Puppy

POSTED: Monday, June 1, 2009 - 7:32am

UPDATED: Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 11:32am

In a NewsCenter 23 update, Brownsville's Fire Administration now wants firefighters at Station 6 to find their new dog an adopted family.

Firefighters rescued a two month old puppy who they named, Chief, they nursed back to good health with the help of Brownsville's Animal Shelter and the P.A.W.S. organization. They decided to keep it at their station, but administrators say it's against city policy to allow dogs at all fire stations.

They say, it's a liability having the dog on city property and they want firefighters to find their new four legged crew member a new home.

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