Dec 1, 2006 8:22 pm US/Pacific Fatal Shooting Of Rottweiler Under Investigation (CBS) LOS ANGELES Officials are investigating the fatal shooting of a Rottweiler who charged past three Los Angeles Police officers investigating the report of a burglary at a Pacoima home. A neighbor reported just after 1 p.m. Monday that there was a "burglar there now" at the home in the 8700 block of Roslyndale Avenue, Los Angeles police Lt. Paul Vernon said. A large Rottweiler charged past two of the officers who were walking into the yard through the garage in the back of the property as a third officer came in through a gate from the front, Vernon said. Officers John Healy, 35, and his partner Jeremy Martin, 24, fired at the dog, who retreated along the side of the house. The dog then charged the third officer, Thomas Conrad, 37, who also fired. The dog died from its wounds. Healy and Martin had minor injuries, possibly from fragments of the rounds that were fired. No evidence of burglary was found at the home. The killing is being examined by the department's Force Investigation Division, Vernon said.