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Double trouble at Admiralty House

Dear Sir,

Here I am seeing yet again someone with their dog loose in the area right next to Admiralty House gate.

Now I know your dog is cute and very friendly, but if an aggressive dog enters the gate and sees and feels the excited energy of your dog, it will turn on that dog. Because your dog is so friendly, it could approach this dog or the dog's handler and get badly hurt.

Now if you just don't care about the rules or your dog, by all means have your dog suffer immensely — whether it lives or dies.

Meanwhile, if we see your dog loose, we will try to avoid this area because we care about your dog. But it would take only once for someone not to see your loose dog and then it would be too late.

Another issue at Admiralty House I would like to address: the wide steps leading down to the beach area get dangerously slippery when wet.

Someone is going to break their neck. Let's put down a non-skid surface before that happens, please.

From a dog lover.



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Published July 11, 2020 at 9:00 am (Updated July 11, 2020 at 9:10 am)

Double trouble at Admiralty House

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