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June 17, 2012


Next-time leave all dogs at home, unless you enjoy watching wildlife being chased for fear of their lives.

Joe, the only wildlife that got chased were some chipmunks. We don't allow our dogs to run off on their own for very far. Zu Zu, our younger dog, is trained to return on command, and she does.

We met quite a few other dogs on our 2 1/2 our hike. None of them were leashed. I understand your concern about dogs chasing wildlife, but this isn't much of a concern with well-trained dogs. Coyotes are a lot bigger threat to wildlife than dogs (of course, coyotes are part of the wildlife).

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