Dog messes left behind

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I have a problem! Now, donít get me wrong. I am not an animal hater. Iím more of a people person.

Hereís the problem. I donít own a dog, but my yard seems to be considered a dog rest stop. I wouldnít even mind that so much IF (and thatís a big, capital IF) the owner of the dog or dogs would bring along a pooper-scooper or glove bag or whatever they use to remove old Spotís load when they move on.

Now, I see people drive into town, stop at some beautiful mowed lawn, get out of the car with their little (or big) substitute baby and lead it over to some beautiful spot, and then stand there until Fido dumps his or her load. Then they calmly walk to their car and drive away. They think thatís fine! I donít! Come on people! Try to think!

Iím not the one thatís starting it! Iím the one whoís getting dumped on! Personally Iíd like this problem to just GO AWAY! ó Dan Risland, Paradise

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