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Maintain Status Quo - Dog Owners Against Proposed Leashing on Hiking Trails by USFS

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The US Forest Service wants to impose a dog leash requirement for hikers with their dogs in Pike National Forest Cheyenne Canyon Area of Colorado Springs.

Our dogs have safely enjoyed hiking with us on these trails without the need to be leashed.
With the exception of the dog parks in the Colorado Springs area, there will be few hiking trails where our dogs can enjoy the freedom and safety of hiking with us, which they currently have.
Please help keep the status quo. Sign our petition to stop the implementation of this new requirement.
The actual proposal:
"Institute a Forest Order banning dogs, people and livestock from entering or being in Bear Creek. Institute a Forest Order requiring that dog be on leash within the Bear Creek basin on NFS land. Continue requirement for dogs to be on leash on City and CSU property."
If you hike on National Forest Service Trails 622A, 665, 666, 667, 668, 701, 720, 720A, & 380 you are hiking trails that are on USFS and/or CSU lands. You and your dogs will be adversely affected by this proposal.

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