Bob Twitly, originally from Harrisonburg, shops at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market with his 1-year-old Rottweiler therapy dog, Zoe, Tuesday. Starting Jan. 1, dogs will be banned from the market. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Rudy (left), an 8-year-old Jack Russell terrier owned by Chris Stern of Harrisonburg, and Benjamin, a 4-year-old Collie/English Setter mix owned by Mary-Liz Humphrey of Elkton, have a peaceful greeting while their owners shop at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesday. After sifting through more than 300 comments from an online survey, the Harrisonburg Farmers Market board of directors voted to ban dogs at the market starting Jan. 1.
Rudy, an 8-year-old Jack Russell terrier owned by Chris Stern of Harrisonburg, looks around while Stern does some shopping at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market on Tuesday. The market’s board of directors voted to ban dogs starting Jan. 1.