FRESNO, California –

A family from Fresno, California, mourns the death of three dogs – after the Huskies of their neighbors had entered their home and brutally attacked their pets.

The family of these two huskies have surrendered their rights to the dogs, which are now being quarantined at the SPCA.

But the family of the three dogs who died, said that they repeatedly warned their neighbors that their dogs were leaving and that nothing was done to solve the problem.

Video surveillance of Huskies' house of the two neighbors, who roamed her house and where her three little dogs live, Silvia Acosta sent in a panic while she was working on Thursday.

She rushed home and just before the door was the 12-year-old dog from Acosta, Urlie. He was stripped.

Acosta then ran in search of her two other dogs when she found the 11-year-old Nash.

"I found him in our downstairs bathroom behind the toilet, his body temperature was so cold," she said.

She wrapped Nash in a blanket and hurried him to the First Aid, where he died later.

Acosta then drove back home in search of the 8-year-old Rufus who was still missing.

"He was dead in our backyard, I just did not know," she said.

It is a tragedy that Silvia and her husband David could have prevented because they had warned their neighbors over the last two years that their Huskies were climbing over the fence to reach their property, they said.

"What is so frustrating is the multiple warnings we have given, several times we have advised," she said.

The owner of the Huskies, who did not want to be recognized, acknowledged that their dogs had "a problem to get out".

"We have assessed the situation, I once discovered that he jumps on top of the trash can, he crawls on top of the fence … and I'm really sorry," said the neighbor.

The family of the three dogs who died, said they plan to take legal action.

The SPCA says that if you ever come across a situation where your neighbor's dog enters your property, you can always call them and they will pick it up as a roaming fare, even if it belongs to your neighbors.

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