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Guilford Courthouse National Military park lifts restrictions on dogs after new trash cans, signage installed

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A three-month-long ban on dogs at the Guilford Courthouse National Military park has been lifted. Park officials say tickets were issued during the ban, but they saw a dramatic decrease in pet waste bag litter. Visitors are once again encouraged to bring their four-legged friends to the park with them.
2 months ago·Greensboro, United States

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Guilford Courthouse National Military park lifts restrictions on dogs after new trash cans, signage installed

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — A three-month-long ban on dogs at the Guilford Courthouse National Military park has been lifted.A park ranger with a sign indicating the temporary ban on dogs at the park. (Courtesy of Guilford Courthouse NMP) On May 7, the park announced that dogs would temporarily be restricted from the interior trails of the park due to improperly handled pet waste and leash rules not being respected. On Saturday, these restrictions…

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