North-east residents have been urged to count piles of dog excrement left on streets.
North-east residents have been urged to make good use of their daily exercise - by counting any dog poo they see.
Hopes are high that a poster designed by a primary school pupil will help remind people to pick up after their dogs in a north-east town.
An Aberdeen councillor has urged local authority chiefs to take action to tackle overflowing bins in his ward.
People living in Summerhill say they are sick of people letting dogs poo in two lanes, linking Westray Road and Stronsay Crescent, and Summerhill Drive and Stronsay Crescent.
Concerns have been raised after an Aberdeen community’s dog bins were left overflowing for more than two weeks.
Aberdeen residents have raised concerns about dog poo bags being thrown on to a fence surrounding a 3G pitch.
An Aberdeen community council has installed new bag holders as part of a bid to crack down on dog fouling.
Community leaders have hit out after bags from an overflowing dog bin ended up strewn across an Aberdeen street.
"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.