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San Francisco Police Warn Dog Owners About Poisoned Meatballs Found on Streets

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San Francisco police are warning dog owners in the city’s Twin Peaks and Diamond Heights neighborhoods about a number of poisoned meatballs that have been found along streets in that area. On Wednesday, at about 8:30 a.m., a dog ingested one of the cooked meatballs while being walked by its owner, police said.

The dog became very sick and was taken to a veterinarian for treatment. The dog’s owner and neighbors collected other meatballs from the streets, and police said it appears they contain a poisonous substance. Tests are under way to determine the nature of the substance. Police said dog owners in the area of Crestline Drive and Burnett Avenue should be especially cautious.

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