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Corsham dog walkers warned to take note of signage

20th February 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Dog walkers in Corsham have been told to acknowledge warning signs in the area and clean up their pets' mess.

The area's local police force has heard numerous complaints from homeowners about dogs excreting in the town, with the Priory Street area particularly being affected, reports the Gazette and Herald.

This is despite the fact that there is a sign in the town, which informs dog owners that they run the risk of a maximum £1,000 fine if they do not clean up their pet's mess.

Speaking to the news provider, PC Hazel Anderson said: "What I want to do is remind dog walkers in the town that it is their responsibility to clean up after their pets for the health and safety of the rest of the people in Corsham."

The importance of people paying attention to such signage was illustrated in the Sentinel recently, which reported that a teenager in Colwich was fined £75 for not picking up his dog's mess.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801296739-ADNFCR


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