Dogs on patrol for the first time in New Jersey are taking on the challenge of a city full of cats.
Dog owners who are dog-friendly can expect to find some of the best canine companionship in the state.
Dog-friendly dog parks will offer dog walkers the opportunity to take their dogs for walks, and dogs will be allowed on the street in New Brunswick and other cities.
The new law has caused some concern among animal rights advocates, who have said it’s unfair that the city has no restrictions on how dogs can interact with cats in public.
New Jersey has the fourth-largest dog population in the country, with a total of more than 8,500 dogs and about 10,000 cats.
Dogs are also considered part of the human population, which makes them susceptible to attacks.
Dog owners must keep their dogs on leash and wear a collar, and owners must take their dog on a leash and collar when leaving the home.
The new law was introduced by state Senator Joseph P. Curran Jr., who sponsored a bill to limit dog-walking restrictions in New Orleans.
The bill, which was signed into law by Governor Chris Christie in December, requires dog owners to provide a pet owner with a pet-friendly certificate.
It also requires dog walk-ers to provide the city with a list of all pets they allow on their property, including kennels, bowls, cages, crates, and walkways.
The city also must adopt a list that includes the number of dogs and cats that live on a given property, as well as the number and type of dogs on their premises.
The law requires the state Department of Environmental Protection to issue a list to dog owners on how many pets they have and how many dogs they have allowed on their properties.
The dog owners are required to post signs stating that their dogs are on a dog-owner-friendly list and that owners must allow their dogs to run on their private property.
The state also has to issue citations for violating the new dog-walkers rule.
A dog on patrol at the Dog on the Run New Jersey, a New Jersey dog park that is located at the intersection of South Market and Montclair streets in Bergen County, NJ, November 3, 2017.
Dog on Patrol in New Hampshire has been running since it opened in 2014, and in 2018 it expanded to include more than 100 miles of trails in the Granite State.
The program has become an increasingly popular event for dog lovers in the Garden State, with more than 7,000 dogs participating in dog walks this year.
Dog on Patrol’s mission is to help keep dogs in control of their owners, and the program is dedicated to educating pet owners about the health and safety of their pets.
In a statement on its website, Dog on Parade, the nonprofit group that hosts the program, said it hopes to continue to grow as the program continues.