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Irresponsible Owners


This is something i saw while being at the dog event recently, a man's golden retriever started to poo on the floor. He saw it and chose to walk away, after about 2 minutes, a lady stepped on the poo and things started to go hay wired, people started to find out the source of the poop, and then magically the guy reappeared, walked towards a corner and brought the cleaner over to pick up the poop.

This is a very good example of an irresponsible pet owner, dog lovers or not, nobody likes to step on a poop and soil their shoes. You do not let your dog poop in your living room and then leave it there, so there is no reason to leave it in public. Some people let their dogs poop on the grasses and then say that it is fertilizers for the grass, truth is it is not. Read here http://doodycalls.com/resources_toxic_dog_waste.asp. Please don't tell me it is fertilizer for the concrete too, so start picking up your dog poop today, if you don't have tissue, ask the aunties for one, they prefer to waste their tissue than stepping on your poop. I even clean up urines by soaking them with tissues when my dog urine, this is to prevent other dogs from dirtying their paws if they happen to walk by.

Some reasons dog owners do not pick up their poop, if you are one of them, do think through again.

- do not want to dirty themselves
- no tissue/poop bag
- they think poop is a form of fertilizer
- have maids to do it at home
- they are an idiot

heres my solution to the above problem

- wear a glove
- borrow one/buy one yourself: tissue cost 20-30 cents for 10 pcs, poop bag cost $1 for plenty
- read here http://doodycalls.com/resources_toxic_dog_waste.asp
- bring your maid along
- please do not own a dog

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