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Pet owners leaving their Dog foul everywhere!

Rocko820Rocko820 Posts: 49Member Member Posts: 49Member Member
Cant look after your pets, dont have them. If you like walking in streets full of poo, then go live elsewhere. Disgusting!!
edited May 18

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  • newmeadownewmeadow Posts: 1,328Member Member Posts: 1,328Member Member
    Oh hi Rocko
  • ChrisCatMamaChrisCatMama Posts: 998Member Member Posts: 998Member Member
    Yeah we have that problem in the apartment complex I live in. Even though they provide bags to clean up after the dogs and even say in the lease that you need to pick up after them. I like dogs but don’t like it when their humans are irresponsible.
  • CoffeeAndContourCoffeeAndContour Posts: 943Member Member Posts: 943Member Member
    People are disgusting. Have you seen public restrooms? Those same people have animals. Pretty much they are animals themselves.
  • Reckoner67Reckoner67 Posts: 3,436Member Member Posts: 3,436Member Member
    Dog foul! Two minutes in the box
  • RebelRebel_1383RebelRebel_1383 Posts: 9Member Member Posts: 9Member Member
    People are the worst aren’t they
  • greyhoundwalkergreyhoundwalker Posts: 220Member Member Posts: 220Member Member
    As someone who always picks up my dogs poo even tries to do this with the occasional runny ones which are almost impossible I am incensed when I accidentally step in some left by some other owner 😡
  • robertw486robertw486 Posts: 1,976Member, Greeter, Premium Member Posts: 1,976Member, Greeter, Premium Member
    Some people just shouldn't have pets really. Or kids for that matter. But then again, even without either, they would still be the people who leave random trash some other way.
  • samtarlyonadietsamtarlyonadiet Posts: 944Member Member Posts: 944Member Member
    My dog's foul is currently runny so in order to make sure I didn't leave any behind I cut the sod with a utily knife and will throw the entire piece of sod away
  • dsbooheaddsboohead Posts: 1,903Member Member Posts: 1,903Member Member
    Here in cali the problem not necessarily dogs but the homeless humans crapping on or near sidewalks......now that is disgusting at its very worst🤢
  • ythannahythannah Posts: 2,701Member Member Posts: 2,701Member Member
    dsboohead wrote: »
    Here in cali the problem not necessarily dogs but the homeless humans crapping on or near sidewalks......now that is disgusting at its very worst🤢

    I can top that. In our old office location we occasionally had people crapping in the stairwells because they were too lazy to go downstairs to the public restrooms.
  • TheRoadDogTheRoadDog Posts: 11,865Member Member Posts: 11,865Member Member
    I hike a lot. Trails near my home in Oregon. For the most part, people are pretty responsible about picking up after their dogs.

    Have a couple of questions though.

    There are people that pick up after their dog and then leave the bag by the side of the trail. Why? I'd rather they didn't pick it up. Dog "foul" will decompose but the plastic bag won't.

    Secondly, our trails have people, with and without dogs, hiking. Bikes are on the trails. Runners. Even people on horseback. So, my second question is, why do the dog owners have to pick up after their dogs and the horse owners don't?

    Things that make me go "HMmmmmm?"
  • dsbooheaddsboohead Posts: 1,903Member Member Posts: 1,903Member Member
    ythannah wrote: »
    dsboohead wrote: »
    Here in cali the problem not necessarily dogs but the homeless humans crapping on or near sidewalks......now that is disgusting at its very worst🤢

    I can top that. In our old office location we occasionally had people crapping in the stairwells because they were too lazy to go downstairs to the public restrooms.

    Oh Gawd.....dog crap is now the least of all problems.......people stuff is over the top, especially in stairwells!!!
  • JenSD6JenSD6 Posts: 443Member Member Posts: 443Member Member
    TheRoadDog wrote: »
    I hike a lot. Trails near my home in Oregon. For the most part, people are pretty responsible about picking up after their dogs.

    Have a couple of questions though.

    There are people that pick up after their dog and then leave the bag by the side of the trail. Why? I'd rather they didn't pick it up. Dog "foul" will decompose but the plastic bag won't.

    Secondly, our trails have people, with and without dogs, hiking. Bikes are on the trails. Runners. Even people on horseback. So, my second question is, why do the dog owners have to pick up after their dogs and the horse owners don't?

    Things that make me go "HMmmmmm?"


    Usually if someone leaves a poop bag by the trail, they're meaning to pick it up on the way back out. They just don't want to carry it through the whole hike.
  • 4legsRbetterthan24legsRbetterthan2 Posts: 16,354Member Member Posts: 16,354Member Member
    JenSD6 wrote: »
    TheRoadDog wrote: »
    I hike a lot. Trails near my home in Oregon. For the most part, people are pretty responsible about picking up after their dogs.

    Have a couple of questions though.

    There are people that pick up after their dog and then leave the bag by the side of the trail. Why? I'd rather they didn't pick it up. Dog "foul" will decompose but the plastic bag won't.

    Secondly, our trails have people, with and without dogs, hiking. Bikes are on the trails. Runners. Even people on horseback. So, my second question is, why do the dog owners have to pick up after their dogs and the horse owners don't?

    Things that make me go "HMmmmmm?"


    Usually if someone leaves a poop bag by the trail, they're meaning to pick it up on the way back out. They just don't want to carry it through the whole hike.

    Yes, I do this running all the time, usually my dog poop within half a mile of our house, so I leave the bag by the road and grab it on the way home.

    However, on trails and stuff, as long as my dog doesn't poop in the middle of the trail or something I don't pick up. She steps into the woods. And sh she is with me and my horse, so we leave both behind :lol:
  • greyhoundwalkergreyhoundwalker Posts: 220Member Member Posts: 220Member Member
    TheRoadDog wrote: »
    I hike a lot. Trails near my home in Oregon. For the most part, people are pretty responsible about picking up after their dogs.

    Have a couple of questions though.

    There are people that pick up after their dog and then leave the bag by the side of the trail. Why? I'd rather they didn't pick it up. Dog "foul" will decompose but the plastic bag won't.

    Secondly, our trails have people, with and without dogs, hiking. Bikes are on the trails. Runners. Even people on horseback. So, my second question is, why do the dog owners have to pick up after their dogs and the horse owners don't?

    Things that make me go "HMmmmmm?"

    Yes I do sometimes leave a bag to collect on my way back rather than carry it the whole way, I try to put it somewhere people won’t bump into it but I can still find it. They do make biodegradable poop bags so that they will eventually decompose together.
    On the horse question I believe I read somewhere that horses are vegetarian so their poop just decomposes and becomes compost for the surrounding area but because dogs eat meat the poop can be toxic to some wild plant life. That could just be a bunch of woo though.
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