CURB YOUR DOG SIGNS / Pets signs
History About the curb your dog signs:
On Aug. 1, 1978, New York City’s Canine Waste Law, referred to as the “pooper-scooper” law, took effect, requiring dog owners to pick up after their pets. The law, 161.03 of the New York City Health Code, states, “A person who owns, possesses or controls a dog, cat or other animal shall not permit the animal to commit a nuisance on a sidewalk of any public place.” The law, which went into effect Aug. 1, has been adopted by many cities and towns in the last 31 years
According to Urban Dictionary, “Curb Your Dog” has two meanings:
1 ) One meaning is to keep your dog under control and out of trouble, i.e. keep your dog leashed and/or confine to your property as to keep them from causing trouble for others.
2) It also means to pick up your dog’s poo when they are out of your property, i.e. while on walks and/or at the local park you should carry plastic bags and watch for when and where your dog takes a crap and clean it up! No one likes to step in and/or smell dog poo!
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