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why is it some pet owners clear it up and others just look away, whistle and say, that wasnt my dog.

Or let the dog of the lead so it runs for miles and goes out of sight, again so they dont have to clear it up.

Do you ever see a cat owner clear up the mess they leave behind

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no thats coz you never take cats for walks!! and the bury it!!

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what a prick! there all like that in Romford thoe aint they

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So you have never had to watch were you are walking every step you take.
Don't tell me you have never trod in it.

I guess you are a dog owner.

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crap thread only joking p***** me off when they don't pick up

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I have two dogs and the Doberman cross doesn't poo in public. He gets embarrassed. But my German Shepherd does it, she doesn't give a crap (pun intended). I have to carry my pooper scooper with me, and jeez, it's embarrassing. I always clean it up though, cos I remember all the embarrassing times where I've stood in it and not realised.

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Just a fact that dog owners ignore but when they pick up the [****!!****] they unwittingly leave behind worms that the [****!!****] contained
For A young child that can mean blindness and for an adult severe stomach upset

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Yak.

Next time I'll take the disinfectent too.

Well, I would if I could spell it.

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dogs have been crapping in parks and on football pitches since time began...
it seems its the older generation who dont pick the crap up, as i guess no one did when they where younger..
as a youth i recall the now mystiacl 'white dog [****!!****]' being everywhere .. these no longer occur as owners feed their dogs expensive tinned food that has a higher quality of meat than the average pie from tescos (no i aint joking)...
white crumbly dog cak came form the days when dogs ate bones and scraps and they dried and crumbled nicely in the summer sun..
dogs today are fed food that contains far too much nurition by paranoid twats who belive pegigree chum adverts, as a consequence they crap high crap filth that takes weeks to break down and is a breeding ground for some pretty horrible stuff..
dogs are natural scavengers.. feed em scraps and bones and all the other rubbish they are designed to eat

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Though the descriptions were quite discusting what you say is correct. They are turning more into humans.

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I pick it up because everytime you play football in a park, there is a designated no-go area which has a massiv [****!!****] right in the middle of it all.

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In my time I've campaigned for dog-free areas in parks where there are football pitches. Or alternatively, "dog zones" where owners can walk their pooches.

Alas Enfield & Havering Councils have told me it would be too expensive to implement (fencing costs etc), which is unsurprising when one considers they can't even provide or repair childrens' playground equipment.

Myself and my acquaintances always bag up our dogs' turds...but there are many twats who don't.

Unfortunately, my experience has been that owners of "Chav dogs" (i.e. Staffs, Pitbulls, Ridgebacks, Mastiffs etc)tend not to clean up after their dogs.
But that's Chavs for ya.

btw, Pabird mentioned something about "toxiplasis" (or something like this...but I aint doing an internet search to confirm).
Apparently, the risks of a person contracting this virus is low (as most dogs are wormed) and one has more chance of contracting MRSA.
Apparently, there is a greater risk of contracting the toxiplasis virus through cat [****!!****] than dogs'.
Hence I now throw the cat turds back over my neighbour's fence and let her deal with it.

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Quote:
mala said:

btw, Pabird mentioned something about "toxiplasis" (or something like this...but I aint doing an internet search to confirm).
Apparently, the risks of a person contracting this virus is low (as most dogs are wormed) and one has more chance of contracting MRSA.
Apparently, there is a greater risk of contracting the toxiplasis virus through cat [****!!****] than dogs'.



There are just as many "owners" who do not worm their little doggy friends as there are good doggy owners who care

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Is that an empirically-based statement...or do you have figures which prove your statement that "50% of dog-owners never worm their dogs, and 50% of dog owners do" ?

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u lot must be really bored if ya talkin about dog s**t !!

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lol.
naff all else of interest on this forum at the mo' <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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You are always of interest Mala......... <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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lol.
naff all else of interest on this forum at the mo' <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />


What about [color:"red"] S-A-U-S-A-G-E-S [color:"black"] then ? [/b]

On a serious note, the tox virus is only a danger where personal hygeine is not enforced. I appreciate children may be at risk, but using a good disinfectant and washing ones hands help ! (Oh sorry - I forgot, we are talking about Chavs. The words 'SOAP' and 'WATER' are unknown in their vocabulary !)

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big jr those sausages are they walls who a cheaper brand?

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WALLS have ears, as does a field of corn !

Talking of CORN....................




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