Do not have your dog poo on our own doorstep!

Dog Poo bags left on ground @ LewesdonDog Poo bag tied to fence @ LewesdonDog Poo bags tied to fence @ LewesdonLewesdon Hill

Shamefully, these photographs show a shade of green that does NOT fit into the landscape.

Do dog owners/walkers really need a step by step guide on what to do with their dog’s poo?

Well done! These particular dog owners/walkers have responsibly picked up their dog’s poo and even bagged it in a biodegradable bag.  However, then tying it to the fence (Oh! I’ll collect it on the way back!) and leaving it there is not only irresponsible, it is disgusting and extremely disrespectful.
1. Pick it up.
2. Bag it.
3. Bin it!

So many complaints being made that the Parish Council issued an urgent notice last month.

You can report dog fouling directly to the department at Dorset County Council online HEREA dog warden may then contact you and/or visit the area to assess how severe the problem is and take the appropriate action to deal with the problem.

It is very sad that, after over six weeks in lockdown, it is obviously local people allowing their selfishness and disregard for our beautiful surrounding area and other people’s health having their dog(s) poo on our doorstep!



Selling a Dog? **Crime Prevention Alert**

Dorset Police Rural Crime Team
Please be aware of your own security.

It is suspected Criminals use Social media sites to find out knowledge of dog locations. If selling a dog online be very careful who you are speaking to.
Do not give out information of what’s dogs you have and where you live unless you are happy with who you are speaking to.

#StayAtHome #StaySafe