The owner of the dogs had just returned from a dog show when the broken suspension part of the trailer caused friction; according to fire crews started the fire.
By the time Chino Valley Fire crews were able to extinguish the fire, the twelve dogs died.
Fire crews were able to protect a nearby home and vehicles.
Sadly the dogs were buried on the property.
Rest in peace.
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