Council launches new crackdown on dog fouling
0 Have your say A new crackdown has been launched against irresponsible dog walkers who refuse to pick up after their pets.
Those caught not cleaning up after their dogs are issued with a £50 on-the-spot fine.
Now North Tyneside Council’s community and public spaces protection team is asking residents to be on the lookout and anonymously report anyone who allows their dog to foul and does not pick up after it.
Mayor Norma Redfearn said: “The council is committed to tackling this problem and we are sending a clear message to irresponsible dog owners that dog fouling is completely... read more
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