If you’re going to bring your dog along on a hike, remember some basic rules. Keep your pet under your control at all times. Don’t ever let dogs chase wildlife. Keep your dog out of springs and other sources of drinking or washing water. Keep your pet on a leash if you’re hiking in sensitive alpine areas. Don’t forget that some people might be frightened or wary of dogs, even friendly dogs. And please bury your pet’s waste.
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