Speech to Text for Dog fight in Mason City
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mason city police want pet owners to keep an eye on their dogs after a man was attacked by a pit bull on saturday morning. later that afternoon... police responded to a call in the 7á hundred block of 13th street southeast involving 2 dogs that were fighting. neither dog was seriously injured. the owner of one of the dogs couldn't provide proof of a license or rabies shots... so the animal was impounded. mason city police captain mike mckelvey says there's a simple way to spay or neuter... a lot of the running at large and the aggressivenes s a lot of times comes from animals not being altered. mason city requires all cats and dogs over 6 months old have a pet license. the cost is 10 dollars per year for each animal that is spayed or neutered. owners will have to pay 50 dollars per year for firefighters have to be on their toes when trying to douse a blaze. and this week á they're diving into fighting a simulated fire to be prepared for a real emergency. live kimt news 3's alex jirgens saw the training