Letters: Shame on you

People who deposit unbagged dog poo are shameful say custodian

To the dog owners who use Fred Milne Park. I would like to address the people who don’t pick yup after their dog.

If you are one of these people, shame on you. Just because your dog poops by the fence is no reason to leave it.

When I come along with the weed eater and do not see the pile, I hit it and get covered in poop and it stinks. Also, there are some of you who choose not to put your dog poop in a bag before you put it in the trash. Doing so makes the trash cans stink and nobody want to use them, making my job harder. A ticked off custodian.

Sarah Ferrier

Sooke

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