Friends of the Blue Hills remind Milton Neighbors to keep dogs leashed

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Friends of the Blue Hills remind Milton Neighbors to keep dogs leashed

From the Friends of the Blue Hills

We love your furry friends! But please remember dogs must remain on-leash while visiting the reservation.

This important guideline helps to ensure that other hikers will feel comfortable when they meet you on the trail. It also prevents your dog from chasing wildlife and reduces the habitat damage that occurs when dogs run off the trail. Dogs can leave behind a predator scent that disrupts wildlife and may hinder nesting and feeding activities.

Keeping your dog on a leash also helps to ensure his safety, since the leash keeps him under control and by your side. Unleashed dogs can quickly run off when tracking a scent and may disappear from your view very quickly. Always use a leash so that you and your dog will finish your hike together safely and can hike again at another time!

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