If your hunting trip ends with your dogs scampering onto someone else’s property and you can’t get them to come back to you on verbal command, looks like you’ll just have to wait and leave your dogs there until you get permission from the property owners to go onto their land to retrieve your hunting dogs.
“They are not allowed to trespass,” said Officer Douglas Jones, of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Division of Law Enforcement when asked this question. ‘They must have permission to go onto the land to retrieve their dog.”
Date posted: December 14, 2012
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