Angst over San Francisco's poorly enforced dog-leash laws was revived last week when a poodle was allegedly killed by an out-of-control mastiff in Huntington Park. Police continue to search for the owner of the dog that was running off-leash when it attacked and killed Dijon (pictured at right).N ... More >>
Unfortunately for Knucklehead, the officer in question did not take John Denny's courseYesterday, SF Weekly wrote about the sad fate of Knucklehead, Steven Coffman's beloved 2-year-old service dog, which was shot dead by a California Highway Patrol officer. Officer John Denny, the San Francisco P ... More >>
A person wishing to have public sex in San Francisco can find significant swaths of the city all but reserved for this activity. Buena Vista Park; the trees between South Fork Drive and JFK Drive in Golden Gate Park; the woods where El Camino del Mar becomes Lands End Trail; the beaches West of L ... More >>
A brutal dog attack in Nob Hill has revived the city's battle over canine control. Here's why it's going to get worse.
SFACCFiona the mastiff's Animal Control intake photoIn our recent cover story, "Service With a Snarl," we concluded with a look at "Vicious and Dangerous Dog Court" and the case of Fiona -- a massive Italian Mastiff its owner was intent upon having declared a service animal despite the giant dog's h ... More >>
In San Francisco, lizards, rodents, and vicious Chihuahuas have all been declared service animals.
Due process, under the law, for every canine