dog fouling


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dog fouling

the offence ofbeing in charge of a dog and failing to remove the faeces after it defecates in a public place.
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There will also be informative posters placed in the area as well as enforcement activity carried out to monitor the situation, in a bid to reduce the level of dog fouling in the short and long term.
There have been recent problems in the Park Rise area of Shepshed and members of the public are urged to report problems with dog fouling to Charnwood Borough Council via the following link https:// vof.
As part of a new zero tolerance approach to the dog fouling, anyone caught will receive an immediate fixed penalty notice.
Dog fouling can be harmful to health and the campaign highlights how young people can be particularly put at risk by dog fouling.
Ian Hoult, neighbourhood protection manager, Durham County Council, said: "We are committed to tackling issues like dog fouling which communities have highlighted as a concern.
However, after getting dog poo all over my bike tyres this morning, and seeing yet another fresh pile of excreta outside the school gates, I've emailed this map of today's dog fouling report to the council.
Only 26 dog fouling fines were issued despite weekly dog fouling patrols on reported problem areas.
Last year, we carried out a survey among children and every one of them commented that dog fouling was the one thing letting the area down, which is why we approached the council.
Research suggests that dog fouling tends to occur at night when owners think they can't be seen.
She was found guilty of the offence contrary to the Dog Fouling of Land Act 1996 and fined PS200.
Asked if cracking down on dog fouling was an appropriate use of the thermal cameras, a council spokeswoman defended the policy.
Wardens at the council, which says it's taking a zero tolerance approach to dog fouling, have issued 73 fines in a recent clampdown.