Peak District takes lead by warning dog walkers

Peak District dog-walkers are asked to keep their pets on short leads to protect young animals during the spring breeding season.

Mauled bodies of sheep carrying unborn lambs have already been found in the Peak District National Park this month.

Rangers are putting up signs across the national park reminding pet-owners to keep their dogs under control. By law, they must keep their dogs on a lead at any time around farm animals, and from March 1 to July 31 around wildlife.

As with most signs in this country they will need to be translated into many languages – hopefully Mr Fox will understand at least one of them.

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