Dogs at Croom are OK, I don't think it would be very smart taking one to Boyette because the trail's are narrow and can be very Dangerous for someone going the opposite direction or someone trying to pass you. I tried to ride with a friend who said his dog stays right behind him. After his dog stopped suddenly in front of me for the third time and almost made me fall a second time , I left and rode alone. If a dog is in front of you he will meet the oncoming rider first, what is that rider supposed to do when he meets the dog head on going down a drop, even if it's on an easy two way trail. If the dog is behind you you don't know what he does. Just my 2cents.
Dogs are only allowed at Alafia if on a leash.