Friday, April 26, 2013

Street Kleen Gives Us The Truth At Last

While I don't fully understand the ultimate point here, I applaud Street Kleen for producing such a magnificent quality video.
I particularly like the foul mouthed man at the end of the video. He really makes it!
All hail Street Kleen!

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Vital Survey

We thank Operative JM for bringing this survey to our attention.
We can say little other than please take the time to answer the questions.
I'm not quite sure what will be done with the results but let's not worry ahead.
I particularly like the question regarding whether or not you have ever trodden in dog mess. Unless this survey is open to babies aged 24 hours or less, I can't imagine a single "no" answer to this question.
In my village, getting your shoes covered was almost a rite of passage. The lucky ones had lino and not carpets.
Do please give your responses here.

Monday, April 15, 2013

The Dog Dunit

We have been contacted by our fellow warriors at The Dog Dunit.
They have invented an ingenious way of disposing of dog faeces without having a mass of flies around your bin. This is simplicity itself!
The device simply taps into your existing waste disposal pipe. You either scoop and drop or use a flushable bag to collect and drop.
Full details can be found on their informative website.
I do, however, see one drawback. On this blog, we have seen many examples of neighbours falling out with each other. Acts of revenge take many forms.
Imagine that yuour neighbour wishes to settle a dispute. Expanding foam down the waste pipe would certainly teach respect, not to mention cost a fortune in repair bills! The dunit potentially offers an easy access route for said expanding foam.
We salute our fellow campaigners but advise "keep that dunit hidden!"

Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Cornwall - An Escalating Problem!

Des Mennear and Colin Brown with the template they are using to paint on pavements in Tregony, as part of their anti dog fouling campaign.
Cornwall has featured too many times on this blog to go through the many posts again.
Clearly, it's getting out of hand! When I was young in my village, dogs roamed freely and fouled with gay abandon. It was an accepted way of life. Many's the time I've had to clean my shoes off!
Now, it's all kicking off in Tregony and we thank South West Operative "ML" for bringing this to our attention.
As reported by "This is Cornwall", members of Tregony Parish Council have used bright-red spray paint to send a message to people who do not clean up after their dogs.
Chairman Des Mennear and Councillor Colin Brown took to the streets to spray 'clean it up' on pavements around Roseland Crescent that are "prone to dog mess".
As Colin puts it: "The most complaints the parish council receives are about dog mess. It was time to do something about it."

Frankly, there is nothing like a spray painted sign to put off a desperate dog! Also, the sight of a sprayed message would strike fear into the hardest heart.
As Des tells us: "some people just bag up their mess and throw it into people's hedges." Perhaps this is a throwback to days of witchcraft and the need to ward off evil spirits and Piskies? What better a tool than a bag of dog excrement? Des states that he has spread the message on Roseland Crescent. As we can see, it's not the spreading of the message, which is causing the problem!
Total respect to Des and Colin. Read their story here.

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