Boys, Dan
March 2008
Interpretation Journal;Spring2008, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p17
The article reports on some strategies that would enable dog owners to have complete control over their animals in parks, particularly in the Peak District in England. It notes that any moorland landowner in the area would complain that one of the major threats to conserving the park is the presence of uncontrolled dogs. One traditional way to tackle the issue is to make dog owners feel unwelcome. A page dedicated to the topic has been launched on the Web site, www.Moorsforthefuture.org.uk.


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