to post, or not to post?

A friend sent us this discussion going on over at the West Loop’s Mary Bartelme Park PAC Facebook page – seems that someone ‘took a picture of the droppings‘ and caught a poo coward in the act.

The question:  to post, or not to post?

The vote:

  • Post pics of dog poo.  7
  • Don’t post pics of dog poo.  1
  • Tut-tut-tut, dog poo!  2

We look forward to seeing the pics! Maybe they’ll show up here! 🙂

3 Responses to “to post, or not to post?”

  1. September 23, 2011 at 3:52 pm

    why not post pictures of both the owner and her dogs, and also the remains, but ‘blur’ all, and least for now, heh heh… The problem is that it is extremely difficult to catch someone in the act, so to show that is has been done might scare people (a little) into doing the right thing! I would spread the word about any such pictures. There are places in this world where undercover officers stop or used to stop people with dogs and ask them to show that they were in possession of a poop bag, or they got a ticket. I sometimes think that would be a good idea!!

    There is no excuse for not having a bag, and, there are *many* resources if you get caught empty handed… ask someone for a bag, KEEP looking for some newspaper or a bag, use a stick you find on the ground to roll it into the manhole in the street, use sticks like chopsticks and deposit into a trash can. Or you know what?? COME BACK AND PICK IT UP!!! I would guess that most people, especially at 9 AM on a weekday morning, are not taking their dogs for long walks, so she seems to be opting to leave her dog poop in her own neighborhood, rather than going back a short walk to pick it up herself. No excuse…

  2. October 5, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    Sorry to report that there has been no movement on this issue that we are aware of.

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