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It’s not called the wild for nothing

Experts urge caution, common sense with pets in backcountry
Mary Anne Kapp and her dogs Martin, left, and Shiloh relax in their campsite at Junction Creek Campground. Experts say a few precautions can minimize canine-wildlife contacts in the backcountry.
Keeping dogs on a leash, like Shiloh left, and Martin, unless they return immediately on command is an important pet safety measure in the the wild. These dogs belong to campers Mary Anne and Kevin Kapp.

It’s not called the wild for nothing

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Mary Anne Kapp and her dogs Martin, left, and Shiloh relax in their campsite at Junction Creek Campground. Experts say a few precautions can minimize canine-wildlife contacts in the backcountry.
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Keeping dogs on a leash, like Shiloh left, and Martin, unless they return immediately on command is an important pet safety measure in the the wild. These dogs belong to campers Mary Anne and Kevin Kapp.
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