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messageIs there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by aandl January 11, 05:15PM

My husband has just got back from the park and my 2.5 year old son, his shoes and bike got covered in poo again..
I feel so exasperated and disappointed firstly that there are still so many irresponsible dog owners who donít clear up but also that there seems to be very little that can be done in terms of fining those who donít.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by Sue January 11, 06:55PM

It's not only revolting, it is a health hazard.

[www.nhs.uk]

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by Monkey January 11, 08:11PM

I feel your pain. My previous neighbours used to leave our joint garden covered in dog poos, and not small ones. I donít think bad dog owners ever change their ways. Report to the council.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was january 11, 08:28pm by Monkey.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by Lynne January 11, 08:41PM

It's always been a pity that children can't pay on Goose Green because of the dogs and the poo. Most gardens here are small and some space to run about on would be welcomed. My son was chased by two dogs once and the owners told me it was his fault for running away.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by uncleglen January 11, 11:59PM

Lynne Wrote:
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> It's always been a pity that children can't pay on
> Goose Green because of the dogs and the poo. Most
> gardens here are small and some space to run about
> on would be welcomed. My son was chased by two
> dogs once and the owners told me it was his fault
> for running away.

That kind of sums up the attitude of some dog owners. When my kids were babies and the shoes or pushchair wheels got covered in poo I would dearly have loved to follow a depositor home and shove the contents of my baby's nappies through his/her letter box

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by rendelharris January 12, 09:02AM

Time for this?

[www.bbc.co.uk]

Love dogs to a soppy extreme: despise irresponsible owners.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by Sue January 12, 11:15AM

rendelharris Wrote:
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> Time for this?
>
> [www.bbc.co.uk]
> 991
>
> Love dogs to a soppy extreme: despise
> irresponsible owners.


That article was from January 2016.

I'd be interested to know if the scheme was successful.

Oh, and it took place in Barking. Ahem big grin

ETA: When I go through Barking on the train, I have to bark. Childish in the extreme, I know.

I don't do it if I'm travelling alone, I hasten to add big grin



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was january 12, 11:17am by Sue.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by se22cat January 12, 11:17AM

Another HUGE pile of dog poo on almost the same spot as it appears every day, absolutely gargantuan in size, one of many others on Frogley Road, screw these people!

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by Sue January 12, 11:17AM

se22cat Wrote:
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> Another HUGE pile of dog poo on almost the same
> spot as it appears every day, absolutely
> gargantuan in size, one of many others on Frogley
> Road, screw these people!


CCTV?

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by KidKruger January 12, 05:09PM

I saw a huge one on Frogley Rd this morning around 1000, probably the same one SE22.
Shocking disrespect for locals, allowing that.

messageRe: Is there any more we can do about dog poo?
Posted by se22cat January 12, 08:33PM

Yup, I absolutely love dogs, but anyone allowing that on a daily basis may not also be caring for their pooch properly either. Considering how many toddlers there are around the area these days, it's pretty dangerous and I wish some of our council tax got spent on clearing up Goose Green and keeping it sustainably safe and clean for both dog owners and parents of young children.


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