New move to tackle Strath dog fouling
Strath d pandora charms uk og owners are being urged to do more to tackle the persistent problem of dog fouling as part of a national campaign.
Perth and Kinross Council is supporting ‘Ditch the Dirt’, a Clean Up Scotland pandora charms uk project which will run for two weeks from September 30 until October 13.
Clean Up Scotland wants to recruit volunteers in Crieff, Comrie, Muthill, Blackford and Auchterarder to organise a dog fouling survey of their local park, pitch or greenspace and feed back results to them.
The pandora charms uk appeal comes after a recent meeting of the council’s environment committee agreed on a series of new measures to help tackle the issue in Perth and Kinross.
The council rubber stamped a planned programme of patrols alongside community police officers and an agreement to engage with communities in a bid to encourage them to provide information to assist with intelligence led pa pandora charms uk trolling.
The committee also gave the green light to a drive to foster a greater uptake of the Green Dog Walkers scheme, where dog walkers, identifiable by green armbands, can provide dog waste bags when approached by other pet owners.