The said it was a busy week with all the fireworks going off in the area.
Six dogs in total were picked up and returned to their owners, four on July 4th itself, following instances of fireworks disturbances causing the dogs to become frightened and take off.
Most of the dogs' owners were found and the pets returned home, with only one dog in the group still waiting on word from the family.
A pit bull being brought in by a Naugatuck police officer to the on High Ridge Road got into a fight with another pit bull of a civilian owner in the parking lot there.
Animal control officers stated the pit bull accompanying the Naugatuck police officer attacked the Stamford pit bull, but it was unclear if the pit bull was a K-9 unit, a dog that belonged to the police officer or a stray being brought to the hospital for some reason.
Officers called the skirmish a "parking lot brawl."
A team of ducks was caught in the parking lot at least as late as Friday, according to animal control officers.
Two adult ducks were accompanying a group of baby ducks that couldn't fly yet and couldn't find an safe, accessible exit from the parking lot, according to officers.
Someone was leaving food and water for the family until they could move on.
As the animal control office continued its summertime blitz, several tickets were given out the previous weekend for owners not following proper laws when walking their dogs.
Animal control officers said they'd continue to visit the park every weekend ticketing dog walkers who weren't obeying the law after what they called continual and numerous complaints from homeowners in the area.