into the most environmentally friendly way to dispose of our dogs' feces.
We have a few dog owners who just let their dogs go off least, one on Dorchester and one on Argyle thjat I’ve seen. There’s also a heavyset Black woman who scoops it and leaves the bag of feces by the curb. I think those who don’t scoop the poop and bring it home to dispose of should be shot.
FYI the recommended ways to dispose of pet feces is burning or trash- NOT flushing. This is because some of the parasites that dogs carry, especially puppies i.e roundworm, are not killed by our sanitation process, and are contagious to humans....eww
Barking Dogs, Removal & Disposal of Dog Feces - Monaghan Township
Dog Feces Disposal- Request for group action
Dog owners might be surprised to find out that indoor and outdoor dog waste comes with a lot of health hazards if proper dog waste disposal isn't followed. Outdoors, dog poop and urine is toxic to your lawn, leaving unsightly discolorations and bald patches in the grass. Dog feces contains bacteria responsible for serious illnesses such as heartworms, tapeworms, salmonella and Parvo, if your dog gets feces on his paws, and then licks his paws, eats his feces or even rolls around it, he could become ill.Given that dog feces is toxic to the environment and can also cause or spread diseases, special care should be taken when disposing of it. There are several good solutions to deal with this unpleasant task, including bags, enzyme-based solutions, septic systems and hiring professional waste management companies to do it for you. If you choose to do it yourself, think of it in positive terms: this way you can closely monitor your dog's health and spot any troubles in time.Dog feces contain bacteria, viruses and parasites which can cause diseases in humans or other animals. Besides the bad smell, they also attract insects and deteriorate lawns. Even though it is a rather unpleasant task, disposing of your dog's feces in a proper manner is important for protecting the environment, preventing diseases and contamination, as well as showing respect to other people in the area.Tape worms, round worms, whip and heart worms can infect dogs over the course of their lives, risking their health and potentially risking yours. These parasites can be passed along to humans through fecal contamination, causing mild to serious illnesses. These illnesses, called zoonotic infections, are more common than you may think. They are mainly caused through ingestion of dog feces. Not a pretty image, correct? Having a clean way of disposing of your dog's waste would decrease the risk of zoonotic infections greatly. Feces that are on the ground can end up on our shoes, and possibly in our systems. The EPA and CDC recommend flushing as the best way to manage dog waste, and it is also recommended most by vets.