JPR Survey: Dog Duty + Public Land
This week's VENTSDay topic: Pooches in the parks, Fido on federal lands --- How do dogs figure into spaces set aside for human recreation or environmental conservation? Share your views to create a live radio conversation on JPR's Jefferson Exchange.
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Public lands should never exclude dogs.
Public lands should always exclude dogs.
Some public lands should exclude dogs, but not the majority.
Dogs should always be on a leash in public.
Leashes aren't necessary if the dog is under voice control.
Dogs impede my enjoyment of parks or wildlands.
Dogs increase my enjoyment of parks or wild lands.
The rules about dogs in public work for me, but many pet owners don't follow them.
Anything else you'd like to clarify or say about this?
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Why do we ask? For VENTSday on the Jefferson Exchange, 8:30-9 AM, every Wed. on JPR's News and Information Service
We'll share select views on the air live. Listen to the News and Information Stream: http://ijpr.org/programs/jefferson-exchange#stream/2, OR on 11 radio frequencies across our Oregon and California. Join the conversation at 800-838-3760.
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