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Dog owners in Beacon Heath warned by Exeter councillors

By Echonews  |  Posted: November 19, 2012

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Councillors are appealing to dog owners in the Beacon Heath area to clean up after their pets.
Councillor Ian Martin says he has had lots of reports from residents living in King Arthur's Road and Lancelot Road of dog fouled pavements.
He said: "People should be aware they can receive a substantial fine for not cleaning up after their dog, and it is completely socially unacceptable."
The next meeting of the Beacon Forum will be held at 7pm on Monday, December 3.
The venue is Beacon Heath Church in King Arthur's Road.

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  • leona23  |  November 19 2012, 12:11PM

    It isn't just Beacon Heath, the Whipton area is just as bad for dog mess, what is it with dog owners, if your dog messes, for goodness sake clean it up, its Your responsibility, because its Your Pet!

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