MONROE, Conn. — A resident of 31 Hawthorne Drive received a $100 infraction for allegedly operating a facility to board and train 12 dogs inside his house without a state license Monday, March 9. Animal Control Officer Ed Risko said police received a tip that the owner was operating without zoning approval nor a state license, before an officer corroborated the allegations. The owner also received an advisory notice for failure to license eight out of 12 dogs and the zoning enforcement officer was notified concerning the property use violations of having an excess number of dogs and operating business in residential zone. Stray dog euthanized
A veterinarian from Monroe Animal Hospital, 270 Main St., reported that a client found a stray dog in Bridgeport that was sick and brought it in for treatment on Tuesday afternoon.