It is against the law in Hawaii to allow your dog to run free on public streets and sidewalks.
When taking your dog off your property, you are required to have it on a leash. But more importantly, you must maintain control of your dog at all times.
You are not allowed to:
Here are some helpful rules:
Rule #1: One dog at a time.
Rule #2: Both hands on leash, close to the dog’s neck or body.
Rule #3: Keep dog away from other dogs.
Rule #4: Keep dog off private property.
If you or your dog has been seriously injured because of someone walking their dog in violation of one or more of these rules, call SHIM & CHANG. It doesn’t cost you to consult with us.
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