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Irresponsible dog owners

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sonata1 Mon 02-May-16 19:27:38

AIBU to expect that if you carry a doggy bag for your dog's poop you either take it home and put it in your bin or put it in a roadside bin. I have just been doing some gardening and found 6 full poop bags that have been thrown over my fence into my garden. That's in addition to the 6 we removed from behind the green BT box in the road. I have put them all in my household bin bit an feeling a bit miffed.

sonata1 Mon 02-May-16 19:28:47

Sorry about the typos. Pressed send too quickly.

SnoozeButtonAbuser Mon 02-May-16 19:42:15

hmm Has AIBU turned into the "have a fucking moan about dogs" board tonight?

Obviously dog shit goes in a bin. Who the fuck do you think is out there thinking "Shall I throw the shit in a bin, or in someone's garden?..." <thinks> "Yeah I think it's ok to throw it in someone's garden?! Nobody thinks that's ok, someone is obviously being a cunt. Go and have a moan about it in chat, this is not an AIBU, so for that reason, YABU.

FoxyLoxy123 Mon 02-May-16 19:43:44

YABU for doing another AIBU about dogs.

HarrietSchulenberg Mon 02-May-16 19:45:59

You're most likely looking at a singular owner rather than plural/multiple owners.

GraysAnalogy Mon 02-May-16 19:49:05

Oh we hadn't had a dog thread in a while and then we suddenly get an influx grin joy

YANBU, of course you aren't. It annoys me because I think whats the point in picking it up if you're going to chuck it elsewhere. It particularly annoys me when they fling them into trees, which I see quite a lot confused the fuck is that all about

ScrotesOnFire Mon 02-May-16 19:50:14

Look on the bright side, in one of my previous houses, we had no fence, a big lawn and revolting, dirty scrubbers used to DELIBERATELY let their dogs off for a shit on my lawn!
I live somewhere with more normal people now.
I suggest you get some CCTV then follow the offenders home and smear the shit all over their car windows.
Mwuahahahaha grin

Beepbopboop Mon 02-May-16 19:51:38

Wait outside (maybe sunbathing, should be nice at weekend) till they come along and do it again. Then launch all of the poo bags at them, one after the other. That'll learn them.

CantWaitForWarmWeather Mon 02-May-16 19:58:59

grin This is just getting ridiculous now.

Poop bags belong in the bin btw. Not in someone's garden or left on the footpath for someone to stand in. I assume all dog owners on MN know this so I don't have anything more to add. smile

sonata1 Mon 02-May-16 20:36:57

I knew that there had to be a reason I didn't post much on MN . I'll get me coat !

NotQuiteJustYet Mon 02-May-16 20:46:32

YANBU, this irritates the hell out of me!

I have two gorgeous little furbabies, I pick up after them and bin it every time, and if I'm out and can't find a bin then it comes home and goes in the bin opposite my house.

I don't understand the logic of even going to the effort of bagging it if you're just going to leave your bags somewhere other than a bin. Vile people.

We live next to a couple of national parks/nature reserves and people literally bag it and then leave it hanging on bushes?! There's plenty of bins provided too.

Lockheart Mon 02-May-16 20:53:05

Only tossers think it's OK to throw litter of ANY sort anywhere but a bin. (OK, yes, compostables can go on the garden - your own garden - or in the hedge).

YANBU for that. YAB entirely U to start another dog / dog-owner bashing thread.

Topseyt Mon 02-May-16 21:10:50

As the owner of two dogs, I don't think you are being unreasonable at all.

My dogs are my own dogs, their mess is my mess and I must clear it up and bin it properly. If that means taking it home with me then so be it.

It is usually the few giving the majority a bad name.

Alexa444 Mon 02-May-16 21:48:33

They boil my fucking piss, they really do. If you've picked it up then bin it! Why bag it, then chuck it back on the floor if not to be a massive twat? I have a dog and don't particularly like carrying a bag of poo but its part and parcel. Just like nappies with babies.

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