How Can My Dog and I Be Good Citizens
on Local Trails?
The Grateful Dogs advocate responsible dog ownership and trail
etiquette by promoting the following:
- Purchase an annual CBJ dog license for your canine companion.
- Display your dog’s current CBJ license tag on an
appropriate collar or harness for your dog.
- Ensure that your dog is under control, either by leash
or voice command at all times.
- Keep your dog out of the way of other citizens, including
bird watchers, walkers, parents with strollers, bicyclists,
runners, skiers, etc.
- Not allow your dog to touch someone who does not want
to be touched.
- When walking your dog off-leash, give the right-of-way
to others with their dogs that are on-leash.
- Not allow your dog to harass wildlife.
- Pick up your dog’s waste and dispose of it properly.
- Meet the needs of your canine companion, including:
- Appropriate Exercise
March 16, 2010
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