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Eight Carlisle areas to be targeted by dog squad revealed

A hit squad of wardens is cleaning up Carlisle’s streets after it was revealed 560 complaints were made about dog fouling and more than 400 strays seized.

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Why doesnt the article say the whole of carlisle instead of the areas mentioned because the areas almost equate to the whole of carlisle

Posted by anon on 4 April 2012 at 12:09

As a resident and RESPONSIBLE dog owner in Upperby I am gladdened to hear this news taking my children to school each morning is quite treacherous and frustrating. If you cant clean up after your dog you shouldn't own one.

Posted by kirsty connelly on 4 April 2012 at 12:08

Why are they concentrating on Carlisle? There is a dog fouling problem in Brampton, which is reported to the Council (numerous times) the response is the same 'we'll send a letter!!!' what good is a letter it ends up in the recycling box and the offenders keep on offending

Posted by bt on 4 April 2012 at 12:02

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