Lawn going to the dogs

Why on earth dog owners expect me to provide a toilet for their pets is beyond me

Recently, I was coming out of my driveway and saw a lady walking her dog.  I stopped just in time to see her let the dog urinate on my lawn.

I backed up and asked her to not let her dog on my lawn. Her excuse was that she didn’t have any place to let the dog do its business because she is a renter.

I’m sorry, but this is not my problem.  Why on earth dog owners expect me to provide a toilet for their pets is beyond me – it is rude and inconsiderate, and, by the way, this is not the first time this has happened.

Gail G. Mackay

 

Oak Bay

 

 

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