Dog bite report filed: Beverly Dr., 1100 block, March 18. Animal control officers responded to a report of a dog that was off leash and that bit a dog that was being walked by its owner.
Cat protects its turf: Clover Way Dr., 300 block, March 20. Animal control officers responded to an incident in which a squirrel had entered a residence through an open door and was killed by a cat.
Unneighborly act: Wythe St., 1200 block, March 20. A dog bit a neighbor who was walking into the yard. The neighbor had minor injuries.
Citation issued: Pendleton St., 2300 block, March 22. Responding to a report of a dog confined inside a vehicle, animal control officers found no violations except that the dog was not properly licensed.
Too young to walk: S. Pickett St., 200 block, March 24. Animal control officers removed a baby squirrel from a car engine and took it to a wildlife rehabilitator.
Deer slips up: Wheeler Ave., 3600 block, March 25. Animal control officers removed a deer that had gotten trapped under a car after the deer jumped down from a wall and slid under the parked vehicle, injuring itself. The deer was taken to the shelter, where it was euthanized.
Have puppy, won’t travel: Reagan National Airport, March 15. A man surrendered a German shepherd-mastiff mix puppy to an animal control officer after trying to board a flight with the dog in an inappropriate carrier and no veterinary paperwork for travel. The man said he had bought the dog that day.
Hopper caught: S. Dinwiddie St., 1400 block, March 20. An animal control officer captured a domestic rabbit that was running loose and took it to the shelter.
Confirmed to be nonpoisonous: N. George Mason Dr., 2600 block, March 24. An animal control officer removed a dead midland brown snake that a woman found outside, under a trash can.
19th annual Walk for the Animals: Registration is open for a three-mile walk or a one-mile stroll at 10:30 a.m. May 10 at Bluemont Park, 329 N. Manchester St., Arlington County. www.awla.kintera.org/Walk2014.
— Compiled by Ria Manglapus