These behaviour rules will help dog owners and non-dog owners to co-exist in harmony.
The following rules on dog ownership apply:
- Within the village, all dogs must be kept on a lead (except in the dog exercise areas). Unless otherwise stated, dogs must be kept under control.
- Owners must ensure that their dog does not bother anyone.
- Outside private property, potentially dangerous dogs must be kept on a lead and fitted with a muzzle.
- When meeting other dog owners, hikers, bikers, walkers or other pedestrians, the dog must be on a lead.
- Dogs must not urinate in inappropriate places. Dog mess must always be picked up using a dog bag and disposed of in the Robidog bins or sacks.
- If dogs are permitted in restaurants, they must be on a lead and must not be in the way of other guests and waiting staff.
- In the dog exercise area, dogs must always be kept in sight and within recall distance.
- During the flora growing season, dogs are not allowed in the pastures.
- Dogs must not be allowed to chase or hunt the animals. During the breeding season, dogs must be kept on a lead in the woods and surrounding areas.
- Dogs can travel on the cable cars for free.
Rules for non-dog owners:
- Always keep a sensible distance from a dog and walk calmly.
- Only stroke dogs with the express permission of their owner.
- When coming up behind a dog, hikers, bikers and other people should make themselves noticeable so that the dog owner can react accordingly.
- If children and dogs are in the same area, both should be constantly supervised.
Thank you for your consideration!