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WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, FIRES, LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS, VEHICLES LEFT OVER 7 DAYS OR NATURAL DISASTERS

ONEP-19435
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WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, FIRES, LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS, VEHICLES LEFT OVER 7 DAYS OR NATURAL DISASTERS

ONE-19435
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WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, FIRES, LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS, VEHICLES LEFT OVER 7 DAYS OR NATURAL DISASTERS

NHE-19435
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WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, FIRES, LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS, VEHICLES LEFT OVER 7 DAYS OR NATURAL DISASTERS

NHEP-19435
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We are not responsible for any accidents, injuries, fires, lost or stolen items, vehicles left over 7 days or natural disasters

ANE-19435
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We are not responsible for any accidents, injuries, fires, lost or stolen items, vehicles left over 7 days or natural disasters

ANEP-19435
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NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS - NO RESPONSABLE POR ACCIDENTES

ONB-9592
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Not responsible for accidents - No responsable por accidentes

ANB-9592
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NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS

ONE-9592
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Not responsible for accidents

ANE-9592
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USE EQUIPMENT AT OWN RISK! MANAGEMENT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURIES PLEASE ONLY USE EQUIPMENT IF YOU ARE IN PROPER HEALTH CONDITION SHIRTS AND SHOES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES NO SANDALS OR FLIP-FLOPS NO FOOD ALCOHOL GLASS CONTAINERS SMOKING OR HORSEPLAY NO PETS ARE ALLOWED CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT PLEASE BE WATCHFUL OF YOUR BELONGINGS MANAGEMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS PLEASE REPORT FAULTY OR DAMAGED EQUIPMENT TO A STAFF MEMBER

NHEP-26731
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USE EQUIPMENT AT OWN RISK! MANAGEMENT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY INJURIES PLEASE ONLY USE EQUIPMENT IF YOU ARE IN PROPER HEALTH CONDITION SHIRTS AND SHOES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES NO SANDALS OR FLIP-FLOPS NO FOOD ALCOHOL GLASS CONTAINERS SMOKING OR HORSEPLAY NO PETS ARE ALLOWED CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT PLEASE BE WATCHFUL OF YOUR BELONGINGS MANAGEMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS PLEASE REPORT FAULTY OR DAMAGED EQUIPMENT TO A STAFF MEMBER

NHE-26731
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WARNING Do not tow more than two persons at one time from tower Use only for waterskies, wakeboards or recreational towables Do not use for parasailing, kite flying or towing other boards Do not add any attachments to the tow tower Do not climb on, sit on, jump or dive from the tow tower Never allow passengers to sit behind the tow rope attachment point Be certain that tow ropes are in place and tight before and during use Watch for low obstacles such as tree limbs, bridges or power lines Make sure tow tower is in the down position when trailering boat WARNING Use of this product and participation in the sport involves inherent risks of injury or death. To reduce risks: Ski in control and do not ski at speeds that exceed the skier's ability. BEGINNERS SHOULD USE EXTRA CAUTION Use correct size ski and binding. Wet binding and foot with water before use. Adjust binding for a snug, not tight, fit. Even if properly fitted, the binding may or may not release in a fall which could result in injury. Attempting land or dock starts can increase the risk of injury or death. USE ONLY ON WATER. Do not use in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other watercraft. Always wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved Type III (PFD) vest. Read the Operator's Manual before use. WARNING Use of this product and participation the sport involves inherent risks of injury or death. To reduce risks: Wakeboard in control and do not use at speeds that exceed the skills of the rider. Too slow is better than too fast All riders should be towed at boat speeds that allow for reasonable control and stability Use correct size board and binding. Wet binding and feet with water before use. Even if properly fitted, the binding may or may now release in a fall which could result in injury. Attempting land or dock starts can increase the risk of injury or death. USE ONLY ON WATER. Do not use in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other watercraft. Always wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved Type III (PFD) vest. Read the Operator's Manual before use. WARNING Use of this product and participation in the sport involves inherent risks of injury or death. Do not use at speeds that exceed skills of the rider. Boat speed should never exceed 20 mph for adults and 15 mph for children This product should never be used by children except under adult supervision. This is not a person flotation device. Always wear a U.S. Coast Guard approved Type III (PFD) vest. Never place wrists or feet through handles or towing harness. Ensure tow rope is clear of all body parts prior to or during use. Rider should keep feet out of the water. Watercraft driver is responsible for the ride since the tube cannot be controlled by the rider. Always have a person other than the driver as an observer. Watercraft driver should avoid excessive speed or sharp turns which might cause the tube to flip over abruptly resulting in serious injury to the rider. Do not tow in shallow water or near shore, docks, pilings, swimmers or other boats. Do not exceed the manufacturers recommended number of riders for your particular tube. Use a tow rope of 1500 lbs. average tensile strength for pulling a single person, 2375 lbs. average tensile strength for pulling two people, 3350 lbs. average tensile strength for pulling three people and 4100 lbs. average tensile strength for pulling four people on a inflatable tube. The tow rope should be a least 50 feet in length but not to exceed 65 feet. Do not operate watercraft, or ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Read Operator's Manual before use.

AWE-17749
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NO RESPONSABLE POR ACCIDENTES

ONS-9592
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WARNING PARENTS, PLEASE WATCH YOUR CHILDREN CPR PROCEDURE 1. CALL 911 OR SEND SOMEONE TO CALL 2. PLACE ONE HAND ON TOP OF THE OTHER ON THE CENTER OF THE VICTIM'S CHEST. COMPRESS 30 TIMES AT A RATE OF 100-120 PER MINUTE. PRESS AT LEAST TWO INCHES BUT NO MORE THAN 2.4 INCHES. LIFT HANDS AFTER EACH COMPRESSION TO ALLOW FULL RECOIL OF CHEST. 3. IF NO SPINAL INJURY IS SUSPECTED, TILT THE HEAD BACK AND MOVE THE JAW FORWARD. GIVE TWO BREATHS FOR 1 SECOND EACH. REPEAT STEP 2 AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. CONTINUE STEPS 2 AND 3 UNTIL MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ARRIVES IF YOU ARE NOT TRAINED IN CPR OR ARE NOT COMFORTABLE GIVING BREATHS, CONTINUE COMPRESSIONS ONLY

NHE-17800
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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Do 30 chest Compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least 2 inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the Airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two Breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant woman and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. Standards from the American Heart Association

NHE-17824
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EMERGENCY CARE FOR CHOKING CONSCIOUS VICTIM If victim CAN breathe, cough or speak - DO NOT INTERFERE. If victim CANNOT breathe, cough or speak - give quick upward thrusts (grip above the waist but below ribs) (Avoid pressing on the bottom of the breastbone) Hold fist with thumb tucked in. Hold thumb side inward, use other hand to give an in and upward thrust. Repeat thrust steps until effective or until victim becomes UNCONSCIOUS. UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Return to the victim. Do 30 chest compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least two inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the airway. Look for foreign object. If one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency/medical help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant women and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions.

NHE-9435
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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Do 30 chest Compressions [Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.] If trained in CPR, Open the Airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it [head tilt, chin lift]. Attempt two Breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant woman and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation [CPR]. For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. Standards from the American Heart Association

NHEP-17824
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EMERGENCY CARE FOR CHOKING CONSCIOUS VICTIM If victim CAN breathe, cough or speak - DO NOT INTERFERE. If victim CANNOT breathe, cough or speak - give five back blows and five abdominal thrusts Give Five Back Blows With Heel Of Hand Between Shoulder Blades Hold fist with thumb tucked in. Hold thumb side inward, use other hand to give an in and upward thrust. Avoid pressing on the bottom of the breastbone and grip above waist but below ribs Repeat five and five approach until effective or until victim becomes UNCONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Return to victim. Open the airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Start CPR. Attempt two breaths Repeat steps 1,2 and 3 until victim starts breathing or until emergency/medical help arrives. Do 30 chest compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least two inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant women and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions.

NHE-13430
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EMERGENCY CARE FOR CHOKING CONSCIOUS VICTIM If victim CAN breathe, cough or speak - DO NOT INTERFERE. If victim CANNOT breathe, cough or speak - give quick upward thrusts (grip above the waist but below ribs) (Avoid pressing on the bottom of the breastbone) Hold fist with thumb tucked in. Hold thumb side inward, use other hand to give an in and upward thrust. Repeat thrust steps until effective or until victim becomes UNCONSCIOUS. UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Return to the victim. Do 30 chest compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least two inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the airway. Look for foreign object. If one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency/medical help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant women and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. - CUIDADOS DE EMERGENCIA PARA VÍCTIMAS DE AXFIXIA QUE ESTÁN CONSCIENTES: Si la víctima PUEDE respirar, toser o hablar- NO INTERFIERA. Si la víctima NO PUEDE respirar, toser o hablar - suministre rápidas compresiones (sujete a la víctima por encima de la cintura pero debajo de las costillas) (Evite persionar la parte inferior del esternón). Ponga su mano en forma de puño con el dedo pulgar hacia dentro. Mantenga el dedo pulgar hacia dentro, y con la otra mano presione su puño hacia dentro y hacia afuera. Repita estos pasos hasta que sean efectivos o hasta que la victima quede INCONSCIENTE. SI LA VÍCTIMA ESTÁ INCONSCIENTE, llame al 911 o envíe a alguien para que haga la llamada. Vuelva a atender a la víctima. Haga 30 compresiones en el pecho a un ritmo de 100 a 120 por minuto. Presione por lo menos 2 pulgadas (5,08 cm), pero no más de 2.4 pulgadas (6,10 cm). Permita el retroceso completo del tórax después de cada compresión. (Coloque el talón de la mano en el centro del esternón y el talón de su otra mano sobre la primera). Si está entrenado en RCP, repita los pasos C, A y B. En caso contrario, siga con las compresiones en el pecho hasta que la víctima comience a respirar o hasta que el servicio de emergencias/ayuda médica llegue. Pida que alguien llame a una ambulancia, escuadrón de rescate o Servicios Médicos de Emergencia. NO PRACTIQUE CON LAS PERSONAS. La compresión abdominal puede causar una lesión. Use las palmadas en la espalda y compresiones en el pecho en los niños. Use las compresiones en el pecho en las mujeres embarazadas y víctimas obesas. Aprenda a realizar el cuidado de emergencia en caso de asfixia y la resucitación cardiopulmonar (RCP). Para información sobre entrenamiento en RCP, llame a la Asociación Cardíaca Americana o al capítulo de la Cruz Roja de su localidad. Para niños de 1 a 8 años de edad, use una mano para las compresiones en el pecho.

NHB-9435
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BASIC LIFE SUPPORT UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Do 30 chest Compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least 2 inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) If trained in CPR, Open the Airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Attempt two Breaths If trained in CPR, Repeat steps C, A and B, if not, continue chest compressions until victim starts breathing or until emergency help arrives. Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant woman and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. Standards from the American Heart Association - APOYO BÁSICO DE VIDA VÍCTIMA INCNSCIENTE Llame al 911 o envía a alguiena llamar. Haga 30 compresiones en el pecho a un ritmo de 100 a 120 por minuto. Presione por lo menos 2 pulgadas (5,08 cm), pero no más de 2.4 pulgadas (6,10 cm). Permita el retroceso completo del tórax después de cada compresión. (Coloque el talón de la mano en el centro del esternón y el talón de su otra mano sobre la primera). Si está entrenado en RCP, abra las vías respiratorias. Busque algún objeto extraño. Si ve alguno, retírelo (incline la cabeza, levante la barbilla). Intente dos respiraciones si está entrenado en RCP. Repita los pasos. C, A y B; en caso contrario, continúe con las compresiones en el pecho hasta que la víctima empiece a repirar o hasta que llegue ayuda de emergencia. Pida que alguien llame a una ambulancia, escuadrón de rescatae o Servicios Médicos de Emergencia. NO PRACTIQUE EN LAS PERSONAS. La compresión abdominal puede producir un a lesión. aplique golpes en las espalda y compresión en el pecho en los infantes. Aplique la compresión en el pecho en las mujeres embarazadas y victimas obesasa. Aprenda a realizar el cuidado de emergencia en caso de asfixia y la resucitación cardiopulmonar (RCP). Para información sobre entrenamiento en RCP, llame a la Asociación Americana del Corazón de su localidada o al capítulo de la Cruz Roja Americana. Para niños de 1 a 8 años de edad, use una mano para las compresiones en el pecho. Estándares de la Asociación Americana del Corazón

NHB-17824
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EMERGENCY CARE FOR CHOKING CONSCIOUS VICTIM If victim CAN breathe, cough or speak - DO NOT INTERFERE. If victim CANNOT breathe, cough or speak - give quick thrusts Give Five Back Blows With Heel Of Hand Between Shoulder Blades Hold first with thumb tucked in. Hold thumb side inward, use other hand to give an in and upward thrust. Avoid pressing on the bottom of the breastbone and grip above waist but below ribs Repeat five and five approach until effective or until victim becomes UNCONSCIOUS UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM Phone 911 or send someone to call. Return to the victim. Open the airway. Look for foreign object. IF one is seen, remove it (head tilt, chin lift). Start CPR. Attempt two breaths Repeat steps 1, 2 and 3 until victim starts breathing or until emergency/medical help arrives. Do 30 chest compressions at a rate of 100-120 per minute. Press at least two inches, but no more than 2.4 inches. Allow for full recoil after each compression. (Place heel of one hand on center of breastbone and heel of second hand on first hand.) Have someone call for an ambulance, rescue squad or EMS. DO NOT PRACTICE ON PEOPLE. Abdominal thrust may cause injury. Use the back blows and chest thrust on infants. Use the chest thrust on pregnant women and obese victims. Learn to perform emergency care for choking and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) For CPR training information, call your local American Heart Association or American Red Cross chapter. For children 1 to 8 years of age, use one hand for chest compressions. - CUIDADOS DE EMERGENCIA PARA VÍCTIMAS DE ASFIXIA VÍCTIMA CONSCIENTE Si la víctima PUEDE respirar, toser o hablar- NO INTERFIERA Si la víctima NO PUEDE respirar, toser ni hablar - dele cinco palmadas en la espalda y cinco compresiones abdominales (Dele cinco palmadas en la espalda con el talón de la mano entre los omóplatos.) Ponga su mano en forma de puño con el dedo pulgar hacia dentro. Mantenga el dedo pulgar hacia dentro, y con la otra mano presione su puño hacia dentro y hacia afuera Repita unas cinco palmadas aproximadamente hasta que sean efectivas o hasta que la víctima quede inconsciente SI LA VÍCTIMA ESTÁ INCONSCIENTE llame urgentemente al 911 o envíe a alguien para que haga la llamada Vuelva a atender a la víctima Abra las vías Respiratorias. Mie si hay algún objeto extraño. Si ve algo, sáquelo inmediatemente (incline la cabeza, le vante la barbilla). Comience a suministrar RESUCITACIÓN CARDIO PULMONAR (RCP) Comience con dos exhalaciones Repita los pasos 1, 2 y 3 hasta que la víctima comience a respirar o hasta que el servicio de emergencias/ayuda médica llegue.Haga 30 compresiones en el pecho a un ritmo de 100 a 120 por minuto. Presione por lo menos 2 pulgadas (5,08 cm), pero no más de 2.4 pulgadas (6,10 cm). Permita el retroceso completo del tórax después de cada compresión. (Coloque el talón de la mano en el centro del esternón y el talón de su otra mano sobre la primera). Pida que alguien llame a una ambulancia, escuadrón de rescate o Servicios Médicos de Emergencia. NO PRACTIQUE CON LAS PERSONAS. La compresión abdominal puede causar una lesión. Use las palmadas en la espalda y compresiones en el pecho en los niños. Use las compresiones en el pecho en las mujeres embarazadas y víctimas obesas. Aprenda a realizar el cuidado de emergencia en caso de asfixia y la resucitación cardiopulmonar (RCP). Para información sobre entrenamiento en RCP, llame a la Asociación Cardíaca Americana o al capítulo de la Cruz Roja de su localidad. Para niños de 1 a 8 años de edad, use una mano para las compresiones en el pecho.

NHB-13430
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EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL OFF-LEASH AREA WARNING WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. DOGS MAY BE EXERCISED FREE OF A RESTRAINING DEVICE 2. ALL PERSONS USING THIS AREA DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK 3. NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURY OR LOSS OF ANY NATURE PROHIBITED WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. ANY DOGS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE, SKIN IRRITATION OR PARASITIC INFECTION 2. ANY DOG LIKELY TO ATTACK OTHER ANIMALS OR PERSONS 3. ANY PERSON NOT COMPETENT TO HANDLE DOGS ANY DOG NOT UNDER CONTROL OF A COMPETENT PERSON OFFENDERS WILL BE PROSECUTED FOR NON-COMPLIANCE GIVEN BY AN AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE

NHEP-50907
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COMPANION ANIMAL OFF-LEASH AREA WARNING WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. DOGS MAY BE EXERCISED FREE OF A RESTRAINING DEVICE 2. ALL PERSONS USING THIS AREA DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK 3. NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURY OR LOSS OF ANY NATURE PROHIBITED WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. ANY DOGS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE, SKIN IRRITATION OR PARASITIC INFECTION 2. ANY DOG LIKELY TO ATTACK OTHER ANIMALS OR PERSONS 3. ANY PERSON NOT COMPETENT TO HANDLE DOGS ANY DOG NOT UNDER CONTROL OF A COMPETENT PERSON OFFENDERS WILL BE PROSECUTED FOR NON-COMPLIANCE GIVEN BY AN AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE

NHEP-50908
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EMOTIONAL SUPPORT ANIMAL OFF-LEASH AREA WARNING WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. DOGS MAY BE EXERCISED FREE OF A RESTRAINING DEVICE 2. ALL PERSONS USING THIS AREA DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK 3. NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURY OR LOSS OF ANY NATURE PROHIBITED WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. ANY DOGS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE, SKIN IRRITATION OR PARASITIC INFECTION 2. ANY DOG LIKELY TO ATTACK OTHER ANIMALS OR PERSONS 3. ANY PERSON NOT COMPETENT TO HANDLE DOGS ANY DOG NOT UNDER CONTROL OF A COMPETENT PERSON OFFENDERS WILL BE PROSECUTED FOR NON-COMPLIANCE GIVEN BY AN AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE

NHE-50907
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COMPANION ANIMAL OFF-LEASH AREA WARNING WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. DOGS MAY BE EXERCISED FREE OF A RESTRAINING DEVICE 2. ALL PERSONS USING THIS AREA DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK 3. NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INJURY OR LOSS OF ANY NATURE PROHIBITED WITHIN THIS ENCLOSURE: 1. ANY DOGS SUFFERING FROM CONTAGIOUS DISEASE, SKIN IRRITATION OR PARASITIC INFECTION 2. ANY DOG LIKELY TO ATTACK OTHER ANIMALS OR PERSONS 3. ANY PERSON NOT COMPETENT TO HANDLE DOGS ANY DOG NOT UNDER CONTROL OF A COMPETENT PERSON OFFENDERS WILL BE PROSECUTED FOR NON-COMPLIANCE GIVEN BY AN AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE

NHE-50908
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