Rothesay dog fouling culprit spotted on CCTV

Police and council officials, together with local housing associations, stepped up their campaign against dog fouling on Bute with the production of these banners.
Police and council officials, together with local housing associations, stepped up their campaign against dog fouling on Bute with the production of these banners.

Police in Rothesay have repeated their warning to local dog owners to clean up after their pets after one island resident was spotted on CCTV failing to do so.

The man and his dog were seen on the beach opposite the Pavilion at 7.30am on Monday, and were the subject of a report to Argyll and Bute Council’s dog warden after it was observed that the man had failed to clean up the mess left behind by his animal.

The council and police teamed up with local housing associations ACHA and Fyne Homes last year to fund a series of campaign banners warning the island’s dog owners that

Remember that if you see a dog owner failing to clean up after his or her pet, you can report the matter directly to Argyll and Bute Council on (01546) 605514.

* Have you noticed a difference in Bute’s dog fouling problem since the banners pictured above were put on display around Rothesay? Have you reported anyone you’ve seen failing to clean up after their dog? Let us know your experiences - log in or register on this page to post your comments.