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Dog fouling: how you can help

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It is important to clean up after your dog.

  • Always carry bags to clear up after them, you can use nappy bags, carrier bags or similar.
  • Dispose of the bag in a dog waste bin, a litter bin, or your own wheelie bin.
  • Do not leave the bag in a hedge or elsewhere as this is also an offence, for which you could receive a Fixed Penalty Notice.
  • Encourage the dog to use your garden.
  • Never let your dog out alone.
  • Always worm your dog regularly, vets normally advise worming dogs every three to four months.


If you don’t clean up after your dog, you can be fined:

  • £100 on the spot (a ‘Fixed Penalty Notice’)
  • up to £1000 if it goes to court

Pay a dog fouling fine

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