Regional District of Central Okanagan Dog Ambassadors are back to educating and informing dog owners this summer. Photo: Regional District of Central Okanagan

Dog ambassadors return to popular Okanagan dog-spots

The Regional Dsitrict of Central Okanagan Dog Ambassadors return this summer

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The Regional District of Central Okanagan (RDCO) Dog Ambassadors are back this summer to help patrol and help dog owners and visitors in the Okanagan.

The bright-coloured-shirt ambassadors will be stopping by local beaches, parks and walkways to act as a resource for dogs and their owners. Ambassadors will inform pet-owners on dog ownership bylaws and the My Dog Matters program.

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Throughout the summer from Lake Country to Peachland, the dog ambassadors will help with leashes and treats, as well as information on dog-friendly parks and beaches that are helpful to visitors to the Okanagan.

Ambassadors can also help to ensure all dog licenses are valid.

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Dog owners are reminded that all dogs must be licensed, and that they are responsible for properly cleaning and disposing the dog waste.

More information can be found at regionaldistrict.com/dogs.

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