If I lived in San Francisco and my dog pooped I would leave it to give the place a little more class.
Not long into the original COVID shutdowns, some bureaucrat got the brilliant idea to remove the Port-O-Potties in the Washington Crossing Historical Park (Thompson-Neeley area).I usually join them, if the doggy can do it, I can too.
I don't feel the need for an emotional support animal to accompany me to any of those locations so none of the above.In which of these scenarios are you picking up your dog’s poop and carry it home or a proper garbage bin?
1. You are waking on a sidewalk in a residential area. Dog poops on the curb side of the grass. You don’t notice anyone watching you.
2. You are waking on a tar walking path in a wooded area in the suburbs. There is no mowed grass or play area, your dog poops in the weeds 5 feet off of trail. Nobody is watching
3. you are at a 300 acre, rural, regional park with dirt hiking trails. The trail is thru high grass meadows, woods and swamp areas. Your dog poops in the woods, 10 feet off the trail. Nobody is watching.
I was at a public heavily wooded boat landing with my chunky black lab last fall, my dog craps in the woods, well away from anything..the ole fart that watches for milfoil violations saw it..he stewed on it for 5 min, went to his truck and found a plastic bag, came over to me muttering about irresponsible pet owners and handed me the bag,. I picked it up, when I left, I put it in the back of his truck.