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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Tower Poo - Very Euro

The Leaning Tower of Poo - Castro, San Francisco CA, 94114
This isn't The Leaning Tower of Pisa, but it's close.  Amazingly, this is managing to stand on its end (take my word for it, it's standing upright).

Sheesh!  Blame it on the mild Summer weather we've got, as there are doo land mines EVERYWHERE!!!

Leaning Tower - Pisa.Image via Wikipedia
The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Crap (mp3 song)

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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Some Causes Of Dog Pooping Problems

Diagram of the rectum and anus.Image via Wikipedia It might come as a surprise to some that dogs can have gastro-intestinal problems due to eating dog bones, reports this blog post, FDA Says Giving Bones To Dogs Is Unsafe.

Some of the ailments listed are:
  1. Bone gets stuck in intestines and causes a blockage.
  2. Constipation due to bone fragments.
  3. Severe bleeding from the rectum.
  4. Peritonitis.
So if your dog is having trouble 'dooing' it, there might be a reason for it.

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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Barking Dogs - Report to Police or Animal Control?

Image is similar, if not identical, to the San...Image via Wikipedia
I acknowledge that I'm digressing by blogging about barking dogs.

OK, here's a little test. In San Francisco, who do you report barking dogs to?

(a little Jeopardy music interlude) . . .

The answer is, it depends.  According to the San Francisco Department of Health - Environmental Health - Noise Complaints:
The Police Department is responsible for all noises associated with:
  • music
  • parties
  • noisy people
  • radio
  • television, and
  • barking dogs
The police can be contacted at their non-emergency dispatch number (415) 553-0123, 24 hours a day. The Police Department responds to most barking dog complaints in San Francisco unless there is evidence of animal abuse. All cases of animal abuse should be directed to Animal Care and Control at 554-6364.
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Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Wheelchair Dog Poo

Flyer - Plight of dog diarrhea on wheelchair - Plea for responsible dog doo clean-up. Castro, San Francisco CA, 94114
This situation makes dog doo personal.

I noticed this flyer in the window of a home very close to Most Holy Redeemer Church. It reads:

"Today, I saw a woman in a wheelchair trying (in vain) to get doggie diarrhea off of her wheels before she went to church. 

And then I had a realization: All dogs go to heaven, but dog owners have to work for it -- one poop cleanup at a time.

Respect the 'hood. Clean up the mess thoroughly and we will appreciate you and enjoy your dog!"
I say Amen to that.

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