Found July 23, 2012 on Laugh At Sports:

Back on Thursday, the Oakland Athletics held their annual "Bark In the Park" night as over 700 dogs took in the Athletics/Yankees game.

During the game, one hilarious highlight came of this San Francisco Giants fan attempting to pet a Saint Bernard that was in a row in front of his seat.

It appears that the Saint Bernard was a Oakland fan as he nearly bites the guy on the hand:
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