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why do people let their dogs pee and poo on other people yards. This realy can upset home owners!

please don't let your dogs pee and poo on our yards! The pee damages the yard and everyone should always pick up the poo after their dog!

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March 25 2008 - Huguenot
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Check the lease laws in your area and report the thoughtless pet owners.
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June 25 2010
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Post a sign like one of these here and put this in your yard here. In general, owners don't like wet dogs and will avoid your yard once their pooch gets sprayed.
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June 25 2010
WOW, This is something we do not see a lot of in Charlottesville.
I see most dog walkers with plastic bags
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July 24 2010
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Did you ever try to tell a dog to hold it until you got home?

If you think getting a kid to hold it is tough just try it with a dog.
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July 24 2010
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this is a really funny question.... you've posted one single question here on Zillow, and this is the one you chose?

You're a funny fella.
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July 24 2010
If you don't want dogs in your yard post a sign. Maybe your neighbors will comply. I have a feeling that if they are letting their dogs poo in your yard without picking it up, they won't care about the sign.

As the owner of three dogs I can say I carry a pooper scooper with me and pick up after my dogs.  Any considerate dog owner will do the same.

As far as pee is concerned, I don't see what harm it does. My dogs pee in my back yard all day long and my lawn looks fine.

Your mileage my vary.

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July 24 2010
People are just lazy these days and don't care about picking up after their pets or about their neighbors yard.  Its sad what our society has become. Full of laziness.
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July 28 2010
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So, if they pee, you get a little stain in your yard, if they poo, it dries out and gets chewed up with the lawn mower.

People are so cheap with there teritorry, as if someone might see that little stain or dried poop.

You would think people are smarter than dogs, but this just proves this to be in question.  At least the dog wasn't worried about some trivial poop.
  
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July 30 2010
It comes down to laziness most of the time.  However, Charles is right, in Charlottesville its not that bad, most subdivisions even provided stations with plastic bags for the homeowners pets in the area.
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