Gates and Dogs on the Three Lochs Way


21st November 2014

Especially in the Camis Eskan area, gates are being left open allowing deer to damage vulnerable young trees. Dogs are also still being allowed to run freely, damaging trees by chewing them and the plastic sleeves intended to protect them. In spring and early summer, lambs and ground nesting birds are all especially vulnerable. At other times of year dogs on the loose can cause problems for the people whose job it is to keep deer numbers under control. Dog fouling has also become a problem on some parts of the route, especially the section close to the Hill House car park in Helensburgh. Please think of others - Close gates, bag and bin dog waste and please keep your dog under close control at all times!

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