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Hunting three of the same kind of animal, usually hounds, foxes, or hares
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"Our residents love their pets and I want to make sure we have an effective and safe policy for leashed dog walking in our community," Poynton said.
If people can't be trusted to follow rules and keep their dogs leashed to protect wildlife and fragile vegetation, more wilderness areas will ban dogs all together.
Your pets need to be leashed in public areas at the resort.
According to the researchers, from 2004 to 2017, there were more than 32,000 emergency room cases of fractures associated with walking leashed dogs, especially among people aged 65 and older.
Since dogs have to be leashed in the parking lot and up until the trailhead, once he let the dog free, he would have to carry the leash while he ran the trail.
I believe that all dogs must be leashed and if you're caught without a leash on your dog then it should be an automatic prison sentence.
If a dog is seen to be dangerously out of control or threatening, enforcement officers have powers to insist such dogs are leashed, with a fine of pounds 75 for those not complying.
The Jumbo Coil Leashes provide leashed safety for for dogs over 25 pounds come in red, blue, black, pink and green and the Junior Coil Leashes for dogs under 25 pounds come in red, blue, black, pink and orange.
Tufts allows people to walk dogs through its sprawling hay field, as long as the dogs are registered and leashed. But one portion of the field, nearly 5 acres of grass and trees bordering Glen Street in Westboro, has been fenced so that dogs can play off leash.
"Leashed or confined," Einarsson's first US solo show, saw him continue in a similar vein.
As we walked past the dogs I had to pick my Yorkshire terrier up as they were uncontrollable even though they were leashed.