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26-06-2020, 08:43 AM
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Trash and the poop dog wars

With all the news about filthy irresponsible people leaving their trash about there is another disgusting facet to living today .
Dog poop
As many know I am an animal lover and have a dog .
But I am disgusted by the amount of dog poop that filthy irresponsible people do not pooper scoop .
Itís just terrible .
And itís hazardous to health even the most meticulously wormed dog carries parasites and you can bet your life those who donít pooper scoop are not fussy about worming either .
We have a major problem in our village which is small and civilised .
Except for one multiple dog owner who walks the lanes twice a day allowing his four ( or more ) large dogs to poop anywhere .
He never picks up and if challenged will get nasty .
Heís youngish and tough looking (you know the arrogant but brain dead moron look )
Alas he also breeds children and true to form they take the dogs out and allow them to poop everywhere.
The country lane he favours is used by many and it now stinks .
Wha can anyone do with such people ?
They are not open to reason and think they have a right to filthy everywhere .
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26-06-2020, 09:06 AM
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That should have been titled Dog Poop wars !
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26-06-2020, 09:15 AM
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In the nearby small country town they have a similar problem .
There is a river and people go and picnic and leave bag loads of trash .
They also have a dog poop problem .
A 15 year old boy has taken it upon himself to clean up the place and he has done great work .
However in one place plagued by dog poop he made out of an old wheelie bin a dog poop disposal bin .
The residents were delighted and the poop situation improved .
But then ....
The council made them take it away saying he had no licence to put up a dog poop bin .
You really couldnít make it up !
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26-06-2020, 09:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Muddy ->
With all the news about filthy irresponsible people leaving their trash about there is another disgusting facet to living today.
Dog poop
As many know I am an animal lover and have a dog.
But I am disgusted by the amount of dog poop that filthy irresponsible people do not pooper scoop.
Itís just terrible.
And itís hazardous to health even the most meticulously wormed dog carries parasites and you can bet your life those who donít pooper scoop are not fussy about worming either.
We have a major problem in our village which is small and civilised.
Except for one multiple dog owner who walks the lanes twice a day allowing his four ( or more ) large dogs to poop anywhere.
He never picks up and if challenged will get nasty .
Heís youngish and tough looking (you know the arrogant but brain dead moron look).
Alas he also breeds children and true to form they take the dogs out and allow them to poop everywhere.
The country lane he favours is used by many and it now stinks.
What can anyone do with such people?
They are not open to reason and think they have a right to filthy everywhere.

It's the same here in this small rural village with some of those who walk their dogs in the lanes. Even the fields, when the gates are left open, are fouled in this way. I often wonder what they would say if other dog walkers, who are also not picking up after their dogs, went to their houses and used their gardens in this way?

Don't these people have any thoughts for other people? Silly question really as the answer is obviously in the negative, they have no brains so how can they possibly think!

This inconsiderate and nasty behaviour can cause blindness in humans:

https://www.petpooskiddoo.com/blog/d...ess-in-humans/

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/toxocariasis/
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26-06-2020, 09:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Baz46 ->
Don't these people have any thoughts for other people? Silly question really as the answer is obviously in the negative, they have no brains so how can they possibly think!
Somewhere along the line, the concept of parents trying to "teach" empathy skills (and indeed leading by example) seems to have fallen by the wayside.
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26-06-2020, 09:40 AM
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Muddy, may I suggest someone takes a picture of this ignorant bloke and his dogs, then contacts the local dog warden or council. They are obliged to deal with it.

It explains better here:

https://sites.google.com/site/fidoin...orting-fouling
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26-06-2020, 09:46 AM
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I suppose, l am naive to think dog owners are more responsible these days.
I rarely see dog poo on paths like you used to but then l havenít got dogs to walk anymore.

Thinking about it, I rarely see a dog warden either, or the signs warning dog owners of the penalty if they donít pick up.
I have noticed that more bins have been installed on the popular dog walking areas.

Many a time l have challenged people about not picking up their dogís poo and even handed them a bag.

Muddy, Could you alert the local dog warden to the problem... Well, thatís if they still exist?!!


Sorry, Mups. You mustíve posted your reply saying similar, whilst l was typing mine!
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26-06-2020, 09:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Mups ->
Muddy, may I suggest someone takes a picture of this ignorant bloke and his dogs, then contacts the local dog warden or council. They are obliged to deal with it.

It explains better here:

https://sites.google.com/site/fidoin...orting-fouling
Once reported a neighbour in London who I saw breaking the dog fouling rules. They weren't happy, had to pay the statutory fine, but she (a middle classed "artist" with an architect husband and two precocious children) seems to have complied afterwards.
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26-06-2020, 09:54 AM
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The pavements, grass verges and roads are disgusting here in Lowestoft. True there doesn't seem to be enough bins but if I can't find one, I will tie the poop bag to the handle of the bag I carry with all the doggy things in (scooper, bags, dog's water, phone and glasses), and wait till I come across one, or purposely go back to where I know where one is, even if it's out of the way. Or I take it home and tie it to the black wheely bin till I have a larger rubbish bag to go in.

One household had put up a sign warning an owner they were on CCTV, having found a pile outside, and when they next saw him, went out and just said 'pick that up, we know it's your dog's'...and the owner did. They were lucky.
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26-06-2020, 12:36 PM
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I'm fortunate that we don't see many irresponsible dog owners here, even though we are surrounded on all sides by miles of countryside, whenever we take the two pooches out into either the woods or many fields, we always see owners cleaning up after their dogs, as they should! After all, is it really so hard to pick it up with a scented poo bag, tie it and either bin it where it should go or like us, carry two poo bags home to be disposed of ?
Responsibility seems to have flown out of the window in Britain today. Most people of our generation do the above without thinking. Standards have really dropped throughout the generations.
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