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bag it and take it home!

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I'd prefer they didn't bag it than do this! Just ensures it's there for a long time! Within a yard of each other - they even throw them over our garden wall!
5th May 2012, 14:21  

hildegard says:

Grr.
They do this all along the river near my home. I don't get how utterly dim it is - people must know they're being unpardonably knuckleheaded even as they fling their little bag of faeces.

6th May 2012, 08:18

taniwha says:

In my local woods, people would throw it into the trees to dangle attractively when the leaves fell in autumn. Sometimes when the maintenance folk would prune with electric saws they would unwittingly hit a bag and then the ... well know what I mean, and it would go flying. So it became a real health risk.

Finally, they started putting up signs asking people to just throw the stuff off into the wood and don't worry about the bag.

6th May 2012, 13:47

billion says:

the dog dirt issue is such a problem around where I live that the council have taken to spray-painting warnings on the pavements. and yet some owners still let their dogs poo on the pavements, sometimes right next to the warnings. it beggars belief...

6th May 2012, 15:23

Viv says:

In the city it is essential that it goes in poo bags and is taken home.

In the country I take the attitude of Taniwha's local wood - if the poo had been put in the undergrowth it would have been gone in no time - just as the sheep muck and cow pats are - it is all down to consideration, keep it away from footpaths, places people play and places people sit. We had much less of a problem before poo bags!

6th May 2012, 17:12

Twiglet says:

Me too! In fact I'd far rather see dog's mess as it will rot down or wash away than see plastic bags that won't. I only pick it up from the footpath or the very rare pavements. Easy for me though, I mostly walk Mungo through fields or woodland.

6th May 2012, 18:20

Viv says:

Yes easy for me too, very rare we go into the town.

6th May 2012, 18:49

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