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Please be considerate of where your dog does his business. ...
Etiquette for dog owners
Be Considerate Where You Potty Your Dog:
--Don't let dogs pee on benches - this is where people sit! The same applies for Children's play equipment.
Also, no peeing official Mail boxes, as your poor Postal Person has to touch it, and it can seep inside. This is of course unless you dislike your mail carrier. Just joking. I had to write that for Jill. And no peeing on anything that people need to touch.
No peeing on Buildings, or doorways, or on fences of carefully manicured yards (where the first dogs pees, the next 100 will also pee, quickly burning lawns).
Be Considerate in Public:
--I love my dogs. But I am aware that everyone else might not, nor should they have to. My dogs are mine, and I keep them to myself.
If a dog walking towards you is on leash, please leash yours out of respect as you pass.
Always reign your dog in going past children. Be considerate of who you are passing. Make sure your dog in no way bothers them.
Don't allow lots of barking at home. Just because you love your dogs it doesn't mean your neighbours should have to listen to them.
Don't feed someone else's dog unless you've asked.
--Be careful in parking lots. We all share parking lots so look to see who is there, and keep control of your dog.