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SPCA to address Parvovirus outbreak at Occupy SF
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco SPCA will be at the Occupy San Francisco camp Monday afternoon to address an outbreak of disease among camp dogs.
Officials say they've confirmed the presence of a highly contagious Parvovirus, an often fatal disease that mostly affects young dogs and puppies.
The SPCA and Animal Care and Control will assist those in need of veterinary attention and vaccines.
Meanwhile, Occupy San Francisco protesters say there's no evidence supporting police claims that demonstrators slashed two officers during Saturday's march.
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