I don't know.Jaxs the roamer once in a while will pee on the tires of my hubbys and sons vehicles if they are parked close to the road,and he poops at the top of our driveway.When he does the poop,I take a shovel and fling it back over to his owners driveway.
It's been a slow season for landscaping and planting in Minnesota...cold weather and rain..can y'all believe that.. lol!! Neighbors dogs that poo and trespass at my place are welcomed!! It's amazing what rocksalt and aluminum sulfate can do to a disrespectful neighbors roses and annuals. An ongoing battle and good natured joke..sorry. Not really dog related..other than the feces issue...I'm both good at giving and receiving BS. Both substances are of little interest or harm to canines..sorry
i had a problem with kitty poop in my garden from the neighbours cats ...i love cats they are beautifull and my house became there 'second home'but i couldnt stand the poop everywhere in my garden..my neighbour was great though and she said she knew her cats do it ..so she used to come over and clear up the kitty poop herself and dispose of it .. award to the most 'lovely understanding neighbour' goes to her..although her 'kitty poop cleaner upper' career was short lived. We got a doberman and none of her cats have pooped in the garden since..!
***Edited By: twinkletoes on 5/20/2005 6:51:30 AM*** Reason: c
When I first got my puppy to go outside, I did not care where or on what she peed pooped on outside as long as she got the idea of going outside. She did go on my plants for a month or so, not anymore though.
Not to change the poop topic, but I recently had some of my terriers at a show. I had to take my male cairn back out as he received a qualifying score, and while we were standing there, he lifted his leg and marked me. Then I had to take my male scottie back out too just minutes after, he smelled what Triskit had just done and marked me too! I tell you, for all that hard work and to just get peed on!
Hi! I am not sure why dogs do that. Do you have a dog? If you do the neighbors dog might be trying to take the territory. I don't toss it any more but I used to when I lived in the old house. I had this neighbor. She had a small mix breed dog. My neighbor would let the dog out to potty. That little dog would run down the sidewalk, up my driveway, and on the cement slab by my padio doors. The dog would poop there every time. I am not BSing either. This little dog would really run on my padio porch and poop. So I nicely asked my neighbor if she could get a tie out rope so her dog wouldn't be able to do that and she said " Why your dogs poop in your yard? " I said my dogs don't poop on my padio. She just gave me a strange angry look and said " Well I thought you were a nice person who liked pets" I said I do like animals but I don't let my pets poop on my padio. So she gets very angry and says " Well my dog can go where she wants to. Now why don't you go home and leave me in peace" . Oh was I mad lol. Well I started to take my pooper scooper and when her dog pooped on my padio I would pick it up and toss it back into her yard. Well about 2 weeks after I started tossing she came knocking on my door. She said stop throughing YOUR dogs poop in my yard. I said that is your dogs poop and it belongs in your yard. Well she got very angry and walked back home. So the next day the animal control shows up at my house. The officer told me that I had to keep my dogs out of her yard because they were pooping on her lawn. I started to tell the story about what was going on and I don't think the officer really believed me but then I heard her house door open and close. Well right while the officer was standing there the little dog came running down the sidewalk, up my driveway and pooped right on my padio. Well when the officer saw that he walked right over to her house and told her she had to keep the dog leashed or tied while it was outside to potty. My neighbor wasn't happy but she did as she was told and every thing was fine. I would call the animal control. I did and it worked. Good luck! Good Bye!