Important information on why some trails allow dogs and others don’t. Remember to check out those signs to see where dogs are allowed when you visit parklands and recreational areas.
State Parks are not created for dogs. State Parks are created to protect the native plants and animals. For example, when dogs urinate, their scent can disrupt the normal foraging of mule deer whose nourishment needs are highly specific. You … Read More
Learn about how humans impact our wildlands and their inhabitants and why dogs are only allowed in some places. Following park rules is a must to maintain the ecological integrity of the land. Also, information on new heli-hydrants is covered … Read More
Do you love to hike with your 4-legged best pal? Bring your well socialized dog for a 2 mile hike and enjoy the preserve together. Dogs must be current on vaccinations, remain leashed and under control at all times and … Read More
This is an important reminder to not only keep your dog on leash, but also to only use trails where dogs are allowed. While it may fun to bring Fido out, there are risk for the dog (rattlesnake bites) and … Read More