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Photo by Deidre Pike
Willow Creek architect Joan Briggs walks 16-week-old Chesapeake Bay retriever Bochy on a long leash at Clam Beach.
Photo courtesy Northcoast Marine Mammal Center
Harbor seal pup Ollie was rescued from Indian Beach in Trinidad on June 5. She was brought in with puncture wounds to both of her rear flippers, as well as her right front flipper, most likely caused by a dog attack.
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Dash, an 8-year-old mixed breed, chases a stick thrown by his owner Kit McKinley of Eureka. Dash exemplifies voice control, obeying his owners on their first command.
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A decapitated bird and sprawl of feathers are what’s left after two unleashed dogs and their owners exit a wooded path leading to the Trinidad Beach.
Photo courtesy Northcoast Marine Mammal Center
In 2012, Bongela, a Pacific harbor seal pup, was rescued after a dog attack on May 8 at Indian Beach in Trinidad. The 18-pound pup had severe lacerations on his face, as well as puncture wounds on his flippers.
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A sign at Clam Beach reminds dog owners about leash laws.
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Though a dispenser offers plastic bags for dog feces disposal at Moonstone Beach, the turds accumulate.
Photo by Deidre Pike
Managing dogs on the beach helps protect seal pups and snowy plovers.
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Photo by Deidre Pike
Willow Creek architect Joan Briggs walks 16-week-old Chesapeake Bay retriever Bochy on a long leash at Clam Beach.

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