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Off-leash dogs attack, kill geese at SF's Crissy Field
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A warning for dog owners, who take their pets for walks along the San Francisco shoreline -- keep them under control.
The message comes after off-leash dogs attacked and killed two Canadian geese at Crissy Field last week.
At least nine incidents, where visitors and park employees have been bitten by dogs on National Park property in San Francisco, have happened this year.
A parks police horse was attacked by a dog last year and was badly injured.
Dog owners may be cited and arrested for any trouble their pets cause on National Park Service property.
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