Tisbury firefighters quickly contained a fully involved garage fire in the West Spring street neighborhood Tuesday night.

The call for the fire at 115 West Spring street came in at around 8 p.m., fire chief John Schilling said.

Call came in around 8 p.m. Tuesday. — Mark Alan Lovewell

When firefighters arrived on the scene the structure, a 30-foot high wood shingled garage with a loft, was engulfed in flames.

“Flames were through the roof and outside the building,” Chief Schilling said. “The structure was free burning, extending into the yard a ways.”

No one was injured, although Chief Schilling said there was initial concern for two dogs that were unaccounted for. The dogs were later found safe, outdoors behind the building.

Chief Schilling said the garage is owned by a painting contractor and contained flammable supplies and tools, in addition to insulation in the walls. He said the fire started inside the building, spreading outwards and upwards towards roof. The cause of the fire is under investigation, he said.

The garage was separate from the main house, and damage was contained to the one building, which the chief described as a total loss.

Jiri Luncar and Ivana Luncarova are listed as the owners of the property, according to the Tisbury assessors’ online property database.

Edgartown and Oak Bluffs fire departments responded on backup for mutual aid and stood by while Tisbury battled the blaze, the chief said. West Tisbury fire covered for any additional calls while Tisbury was on scene. Oak Bluffs EMS provided rehabilitation for firefighters.

Chief Schilling praised the work of his firefighters difficult and potentially dangerous conditions. He said the integrity of the structure was jeopardized and at risk for collapse. The scene was cleared at 9:30 p.m..

“They did a fantastic job and knocked the fire down quickly,” Chief Schilling said of the firefighters.

“The gentleman has suffered a business loss, but no one lost their home — and their animals are safe.”