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#1 elfstone



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Posted 28 April 2012 - 10:30 AM

Hi good people of Lexinton Hills. This is my first post, so please bare with me. We live on Silberhorn Drive on the South side. We're having an issue with one of neighbor leaving their dog dropping on our front lawn. The folks that do this always do this when we are not home or early in the morning or late at night, so we haven't caught them in the act. But, we have an idea who these good folks may be. If your wondering, we don't have a dog ourselves, we do have a indoor cat and we dispose of his waste in a resposible manner. If you've had this issue, please advise on how to deal with it.

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 01:17 PM

Save up the "presents" until you are sure of who is leaving them, and then kindly return them to their rightful owner...

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Posted 28 April 2012 - 07:31 PM

I have a neighbor who made a little wooden sign with a dog squatting and written under it is, "please don't leave it here." If the dog is going in the same general area, putting that sign up for a while might make them take the hint.
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Posted 29 April 2012 - 04:14 PM

Motion sensor sprinklers. Aim it about waist level to make sure you get both dog and owner. The dog at least may learn his lesson.
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Posted 09 April 2013 - 01:53 PM

I have a dog that I walk regularly along Silberhorn, typically on the south side. I always carry at least two bags with me in case my pooch gets the urge more than once. I have also seen nuggets on different lawns and this bothers me because my dog also has a taste for the stuff. It's not my cup of tea but she likes it so I always have to look ahead and keep her away.

I don't know why folks can't clean up after their dogs. I once saw a woman on a trail as her dog did his business and then she started to walk away. I asked her if she was going to pick up after him and she got irritated with me and said she would do so "on the way back". When I pointed out the doggie pot less than 10 yards away, she just gave me "the look" and walked away.

Some people just feel that the world is their personal trash can.

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