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RE: [rockclimbing-114] Pinnacle Peak Park - No Dogs on Trails

From: Shaun
Sent on: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 3:19 PM
For real, 

Taking dogs outside is totally inappropriate. 

lol,
Happy Holidays.

On Tue,[masked] at 16:25 -0500, Denise wrote:
> Amen to that Bart!!
> 
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> From: [address removed]
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: Re: [rockclimbing-114] Pinnacle Peak Park - No Dogs on Trails
> Date: Tue, 29 Nov[masked]:12:30 -0500
> 
> Amen!  Too many dog owners have no idea what a nuisance their beloved
> pets can be.  Some of us go to the outdoors to experience nature,
> without dogs barking, jumping on us, licking us, and
> even--sometimes--beh­aving in a threatening manner.  The fact that your
> dogs "are just being friendly" is irrelevant.  Train and control your
> animals, and don't take them to inappropriate places.  Lastly, pet
> excrement is not a natural part of the environment, and public spaces
> are not your dogs' personal toilet!
>  
> Bart B.
> 
> 
> 
> From: Erik Filsinger <[address removed]>
> To: [address removed] 
> Sent: Tuesday, November 22,[masked]:07 PM
> Subject: [rockclimbing-114] Pinnacle Peak Park - No Dogs on Trails
> 
> Climbers,
>  
> I have been asked by the Park Manager at Pinnacle Peak Park in
> Scottsdale, Arizona to inform the climbing community that Pinnacle
> Peak Park has a strict policy of no dogs on the trails, including no
> dogs on the climber-only trails. This has been a long standing policy
> and will be strictly enforced.
>  
> As climbers we are users of the wonderful resource and we must act in
> accordance with established policy as well as comply with the request
> of the park staff. To do otherwise could threaten the resource for all
> of us.
>  
> Please also remember to comply with Park rules, including the rule
> that you must be out of the park at the designated hour (posted on the
> trail head sign but generally conforming to sunset). This rule was
> part of the negotiations to allow climbing at the Park and continuing
> violations could also threaten our use of the resource.
>  
> If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me.
>  
> Enjoy the beautiful park and stellar granite.
>  
> Erik Filsinger
> Climber Liaison to City Staff
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