Letters: Who needs a crappy beach?

Sooke beach goer dismayed by dog dung on local beaches

As a resident of Ella Road, I love to take my dog to the beach, but the last time I ventured down the path I had to step over dog excrement.

I clean up after my dog, why can’t you! This path is now getting to be more like Whiffin Spit every day, soon you won’t be able to get to the beach.

Thank you to all you dog lovers who leave the poop in someone else’s back yard, one day I will follow you home and drop my pants and leave my feces in your yard! (we all know that won’t happen). Just think about what your doing, the school has field trips down to the beach, God forbid that it’s your kid that falls face first in the poop that you left!.Karma is, as they say, a b$&@$. Thanks for your time.

Dave Gartley

Sooke

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