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Dog Fouling

Cleaner Communities - Dog Fouling

According to recent surveys the waste left behind by dogs is the single biggest environmental concern that people have about their local area. The overwhelming majority of people (95% of those questioned) find dog waste unacceptable. With an estimated 4 and a half million owners allowing their pets to foul and around 1000 tonnes of dog waste produced daily in the UK there is a clear need to raise awareness of the need to 'pick up the problem'.

Every dog owner should be aware that it is their legal requirement to clean up the waste left behind by their dog. The most straightforward means of controlling dog waste is to train the dog to go at home. Training is best accomplished in young dogs but effective training can be given a dog of any age. You can teach an old dog new tricks! As a responsible dog owner you should not allow your dog to go out without supervision, as being unaware of your dog fouling is no defence, it is also possible that the Councils' dog wardens could seize your dog.



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