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Dog Owners Asked to Clean Up Their Pet's Messes

Dog Owners Asked to Clean Up Their Pet's Messes



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Andrew Adams, KSL NewsradioA private school is on alert. Rowland Hall St. Mark's middle school is under siege by dogs and their owners who are letting their pets do their worst on the grass without compassion.

Dog Owners Asked to Clean Up Their Pet's Messes

The middle school Principal Stephen Bennhoff says he hates it. "No one wants to be on the poop patrol. No one wants to have night vision goggles watching for a dog in an awkward position and this person looking over their shoulder," Bennhoff says.

He says they've put out bags and warning signs. The janitors and teachers clean up, but he wishes dog owners would.

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