Sign fastened to a tree near the corner of Warren and Clinton Streets.
Sign on Warren Street
Originally uploaded by annulla.
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What a polite yet to the point sign! I really hope ‘A Certain Dog Owner’ takes notice!!
That’s awesome! Good for the person who put up the sign. I’m sure a lot of people are in agreement with the sign. Hope it works.
How many times was I tempted to put up a sign like that! Problem is, I know “him” from walking my dog, and he apparently has no sense of any wrongdoing because last week he saw that I was getting out of the car right were his dog …. anyway, thanks for letting me went.
However, with all my heart I wish these kind of dog owners would tread in you know what each and every day …. oh well, I get really carried away …
a very polite sign – I hope it works. (My sister has a more direct approach – to run after the perpatrator with a plastic bag, demanding that they take it with them – I’d only recommend this where small-ish dogs are concerned!)
thanks for congratulating me on my 365th post! much appreciated
Either this dog gets around, or we have several in the neighborhood. The stretch of Douglass between Smith and Court is deadly.
I suggest adding to the post with something to the effect of “I also have a camera and will send your photo to the police!” because really, if the this guy cared at all you wouldn’t have to put up a sign in the first place.
I hate dog doo-doos on the street too. It’s just so inconsiderate.
Hi Jim. Photos i received. Thanks
Great sign, they sould put sighs like that where i work on the upper west side, i love dogs but they should pee in the streets not on the sidewalks where children sometimes play on.
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