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Sierra Club Many Rivers Group Message Board › But I have a dog....

But I have a dog....

A former member
Post #: 1
I have a dog. I understand regulations prohibit dogs in some areas, so this message is not to argue with a no-dogs-allowed rule. But I've been checking hikes for months, and not found even one on which dogs are allowed. Should I quit hoping and cancel my membership? Or are there such hikes and I've just missed them? Thanks for your help.
user 37057992
Eugene, OR
Post #: 1
Hi Katharine. I also have a dog, and continue to look for opportunities to include dogs in our outings. We did have a dog walk on New Years Day, and I have a couple in mind for the coming months. The rule about dogs comes from National Sierra Club policy. They've found that some participants aren't comfortable with dogs, or that some dogs are given too much freedom by their people, which affects the tone of the outing.

We do plan to have dog outings, but they will less frequent than the non-dog outings.

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