San Francisco Dog Bite: Family Calls for Action, Police Investigate

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Written By Lori Walker

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In San Francisco, a young boy was bitten by a dog while he was walking with his nanny. The dog was not on a leash and attacked the boy unexpectedly. The boy’s parents want the police to investigate and are asking the dog owners to come forward.

The attack happened suddenly. Video footage shows the dog charging at the boy, chasing him, and biting him on the arm. The boy’s mom described the attack as vicious.

The nanny called the boy’s mom for help as the boy screamed and bled. The dog owners tried to stop their dog, but they didn’t apologize or give their contact information.

The boy’s mom was shocked and heartbroken. She wishes she could have protected her son.

It’s been almost two weeks since the attack. The family wants to stay anonymous but decided to speak out to find the dog owners.

The mom’s message to the dog owners is clear: they need to be accountable and make sure this doesn’t happen again.

The police are investigating the attack. They say dogs that attack without provocation are usually aggressive.

The dog owners’ actions were illegal because the dog wasn’t on a leash. They should have given their contact information.

If the owners are found, the city will decide what to do with the dog in court. The dog might face special restrictions to prevent future attacks.

The boy’s mom hopes her actions will protect others. She explained to her son that he did nothing wrong and that sometimes there are bad dogs, but he’s still a good boy.

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