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Do New Hanover County leash laws apply to service dogs when just being walked by the owner?

Lydia Coutre
StarNews
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New Hanover County leash laws do apply to service dogs.

“Being a service dog does not dismiss them from any local, county or state laws,” said Pat Hairston, program manager at Canines for Service. “They must follow all of those, so it does mean that a service dog is required to be leashed.”

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