Maybe if we have enough eyes on this problem, we can make a difference in keeping our community a cleaning and safer place for our families. In addition, how about the contributors (meaning you and me) report their sightings of these “orphaned poops” scattered about. Any contributor who wishes to contribute could simply take a picture of the poop with the surrounding background, along with the location and the date, and email them to me so that I could post them on this site. Who knows, if the offenders see this blog, it might make them feel guilty enough that they will remember to pick up after their dogs the next time.
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7/29/2010 Orphan Poop Found at Hesse Park
This is one of the reasons I always scout out grassy areas before letting my children run loose at the park. There's really no excuse to be seeing something like this at Hesse Park either. As soon as you park your car and walk toward the baseball diamond, there is a dog waste dispenser with available bags just waiting to be used. The bags are provided for free also. Really no reason for any dog owner to be leaving their poop here.
Again, this is just a start on making people aware of this issue. Feel free to contribute your findings here also.
8/4/2010 Orphan Poop Found at Del Cerro Park
8/26/2010 Check Out Norma Toering's Recent Poop Sightings
Does this person think someone will come by and happily pick up this bag of goodies that he or she left behind. How rude considering they have this opportunity to hike along one of the finest trails on this planet for free. Use common courtesy and throw it away in the trash.
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