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Mucky Pup Campaign 2014

 

PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH THIS PHONE NUMBER AT THE MOMENT CALL 01527 881188 IF YOU EXPERIENCE PROBLEMS GETTING THROUGH, THANK YOU.

Redditch Borough Council requires people to pick up any faeces left by their dog on specific areas including public roads, footpaths, grass verges, parks and open spaces owned or maintained by Redditch Borough Council.

Dog Fouling is a huge problem in many of our estates and it is a small amount of people that are spoiling it for the residents who care about where they live and who do pick up after their dogs. 

We work with residents to establish who and when people are walking their dogs to target our enforcement patrols at the appropriate times in an attempt to catch repeat offenders who are not picking up after their dogs.

We have recently refreshed our campaign for 2014 and have designed some new signage to run alongside our campaign.

Please give us a call on 01527 534016 or email z.gannon@bromsgroveandredditch.gov.uk if you feel there is an area that needs our attention and we will add this to our list of hot spots.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Here are our 5 new examples:

Mucky pup footPick it up mucky pupwe need youpicked up the poodid you know?

When a resident is caught not picking up their dogs faeces they will be issued with a fixed penalty notice of £75.

This also relates to people picking up the dog fouling and then throwing it in the trees and bushes in the dog poo bag.

If you feel there is an area that needs our attention and there is a big problem with dog fouling then give us a call on 01527 534016, we need your information to help eradicate dog fouling on our streets. 

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