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Pet Boarding Facility Under Another Investigation After Rabbits' Deaths
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office is investigating the deaths of two rabbits at a Gilbert pet boarding facility where more than 20 dogs died recently.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio says his office executed a search warrant late Thursday at Green Acre boarding facility after a passerby reported seeing two dead rabbits in the backyard.
Phoenix had record heat Thursday for the date — 116 degrees.
The facility is already under investigation in the dogs' deaths in June. They died after being kept overnight in a room where the operators said the air conditioning went off after a dog chewed through wires.
According to a search warrant document, a doctor who examined at least some of the dead dogs said they apparently died from heat stroke or suffocation. Tests continue into those deaths.