One month ago, Story went out with Auckland Council Animal Control managers who were impounding unregistered and menacing dogs in South Auckland.
We went out with them again but this time they teamed up with 12 police officers because the targeted streets were deemed dangerous as high levels of aggression had been shown by dog owners.
This follows a council dog amnesty where dogs could be registered, micro-chipped, muzzled and desexed for $25 dollars but this ran out last month.
Dog controllers want to reduce the number of Kiwis being attacked by dogs with currently two people needing medical treatment every day for dog bit injuries.
Within one hour, 12 dogs were found and six owners paid for registration immediately but six other dogs were taken away.
But the police got more than they bargained for as dogs were not the only thing taken away.
Watch the video for the full Story report.