I don't mind but in some parks they do need to be put on a lead.
A person with a dog has been seen letting his dog run off the lead in Mooneys North Bridge Reserve. There are Ducks and Ducklings there. Dogs kill Ducklings.
We have been visited by a Duck and originally 11 Ducklings, and since their birth only 4 Ducklings remain. I am sure it is not just the Pukakos and the rats...
Then off course I am not sure I saw a notice or not regarding please put dogs on a lead in this area. While it may seem fine by Pakuranga School, it is not OK anywhere near the creek.
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