A new law went into effect July 1st in San Francisco, requiring dog walkers with four or more dogs to obtain a permit.
A San Mateo County man is suing the National Park Service and a park ranger who allegedly shot him with a stun gun for being uncooperative about his off-leash dog.
MENLO PARK (CBS SF) – Police in Menlo Park are trying to determine who fired several shots at a teenager as he was walking his dog on Monday night. Officers responded to a reports of […]
A Peninsula congresswoman wants an independent investigator to determine whether a federal park ranger used excessive force when she used a stun gun on a man walking his dogs.
A park spokesman said a man walking his dogs in San Mateo County was hit with a stun gun only after it “developed into a more serious law enforcement situation.”
Dog walkers in San Francisco will soon be subject to regulations given initial approval Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors, including limiting the number of dogs walked at one time in the city.
Police in Vallejo are asking for the public’s help in locating a 45-year-old man who has not been seen nor heard from in 11 days.
A San Francisco supervisor is considering introducing legislation that would require professional dog walkers to obtain a permit to take dogs to city parks.