The change of weather seems to affect the ability of dog owners to pick up their dog’s poop.
We saw many poop offenders on our walks.
Is it that hard to pick up your own dog’s poop? Several poop offenders we saw actually picked up their dog’s poop but left the bag on the ground. We know exactly who these poop offenders are, joggers. Many joggers fail to pick up poop while jogging with their dogs. For the past weeks, we were on a hunt for dog joggers and secretly conducted a mini survey. Surprisingly among 5 dog joggers, 2 of them admitted they don’t pick up and 2 of them pick up but leave the bag on the jogging path. We were not too happy with their answers. Mom sure gave them stink eye with a message to them about the importance of scooping their dog’s poo and dispose it accordingly. Their main excuse is that its hard to carry and run with their dog’s poop in hand.
We are a proud owner of TheFifthPaw, a leash attachment that carry multiple dog’s poop. It’s a product that we love and find it very useful. TheFifthPaw is permanently attached on my leash.
We would like to remind every dog owner that no matter what the weather is and/or activity you do with your dog, be a responsible dog owner, Scoop That Poop.
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Do you have any dog jogger poop offender in your neighborhood?
Reminder: Up Coming Event: Join us on our 3rd Scoop That Poop Blog Hop, Monday October 21st. The theme of the hop is “Poop Poetry”. Simply create a poetry/haiku/ limerick/quote/sayings about dog waste. Be creative! There will be prizes. We are also working with Dogster on creating new “graphic art” to be shared during the hop.
Lots of Golden L♥VE n Woofs
I’m joining this post to Monday Mischief for those mischievous dog joggers.