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Reporting Dog Fouling

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Dog fouling isn't just unpleasant it is a health hazard, dog owners must clean up after their dog has fouled in a public place. This includes parks, grass verges, amenity areas, pavements, roads and beaches. Failure to do this could result in a fixed penalty of £100 or a fine of up to £1000.
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If you would like to take a stand against dog fouling in your community, report offenders to the Environmental Enforcement Team at Conwy County Borough Council, providing as much of the following information as possible:

  • The times that offences are being committed
  • The locations where the offences are being committed
  • A description of the dog
  • A description of the owner or person responsible
  • If the dog owner is using a car, a description of the car and the number plate

These details will be used by Environmental Enforcement Officers to target their patrols more effectively, so the more information you provide, the more likely it is the offenders will be caught.

Dog fouling hotspots

Dog fouling hotspots are areas that are subject to increased enforcement activity whilst providing a visible enforcement presence to deter offences from taking place.

In dog fouling hotspots specific signage will be erected to alert dog owners of the areas status and to appeal to residents of the area to report those responsible for the disgusting offence.

The Fouling of Land by Dogs (County Borough of Conwy) Order

Should you require any further advice on dog related issues please contact us:

Regulatory Services
PO Box 1
LL30 9GN

Telephone: (01492) 575222

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