After spending most of Tuesday in Willis seizing 298 dogs from a shelter on Calvary Road officials today started the next phase of their work. The last dog was removed at 6 a.m. Wednesday morning. Immediately after vets started the examination process of many of the dogs. Attached is a video from today. What was thought to be close to be over three hundred pit bulls was reduced by about ten-percent today after during the overnight seizure other breeds of dogs were found in the two story home. Officials had a difficult tie retrieving them as the ammonia odor from urine was so intense. The story will be posted later tonight.