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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