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Arizona Trails

Phoenix Bans Dogs on Trails When It's 100+ Degrees

The rule is now in effect to protect local canines.

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Leave Fido at home when it’s hot: Dogs are banned on Phoenix trails for their safety when the temperature reaches 100 degrees, the city’s parks and recreation board announced. The dog ban was implemented in June of 2017.