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Old 03-18-2015, 01:25 PM
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Originally Posted by CFrance View Post
Not simple at a dog park, where one takes a dog in order for him to run free and get exercise.

One stop-gap measure would be not to go to the dog park until after the dog has eliminated at home while hooked to a leash, where you have control.

For some dogs it's so instinctual that nothing else will work.
Thanks. I tried that today. A long walk before the dog park and a pocketful of plastic bags. He pooped. I scooped with a hand covered with a plastic bag.

At the dog park today though, he pooped again and got some of it. I managed to chopstick the rest of it over the fence with some of those red flags DDRR uses. He is learning that I do not like him eating his own poop and I really scold him if he even goes near any other critters' feces-- bird, rabbit, snake, other dog, cat, etc. Actually, I am not sure what snake poop looks like but I assume they do this.
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