The following restrictions shall apply to a permittee while walking four or more dogs at any one time for consideration on Park Property:
(a) The permittee may not walk at one time more than 8 dogs.
(b) Once a year, the permittee must distribute in writing, whether by print, facsimile or
electronic distribution, to all his or her current clients informational materials to be
prepared by the Department, which the Department shall maintain on its website,
regarding how the clients may license their dogs under Health Code Section 41.15 and
the importance of doing so. At the same time, the permittee must ask all of her or his
clients for the license numbers for any of their dogs that have been licensed under
Health Code Section 41.15, and the permittee shall keep a record of those numbers;
provided, however, that permittee shall not be liable or penalized for failing to record
any license number that, if after requesting in good faith such information, his or her
client fails to provide to permittee.
(c) The permittee must carry a leash not more than 6 feet in length for each dog, and follow all
applicable on-leash rules.
(d) The permittee must clean up after any dogs he or she is walking and properly dispose of any
canine waste, as required by Health Code Section 40 and all applicable Recreation and Park
Department rules and regulations.
(e) The permittee must have appropriate dog walking safety equipment, either upon his or her
person or at a nearby location, including in a vehicle, that is readily accessible. The Director
shall adopt regulations addressing what constitutes appropriate dog walking safety