"I patrolled the streets for what seemed like an age, yet my search for a suitable container to dispose of my dog’s ‘business’ proved futile."
A council ranger has taken on a novel approach to highlighting, quite literally, a dog fouling problem at a North-east beauty spot.
Children from an Aberdeen club have come up with an ingenious device to combat dog fouling in a bid to clean up the area.
An Aberdeen community group and primary school have come up with a new way to help win the war against dog fouling.
An initiative designed to encourage pet owners to clean up their dogs’ mess – by spray painting it bright pink – is to be expanded.
Almost £6,000 in fines is still to be paid for dog fouling since 2011.
A North-east community will have two new dedicated street cleaners after complaints about dog mess led to a councillor taking to the street with neon paint.
HIS DAY to day is spent tackling rogue parkers on the Granite City’s streets.