Do French people pick up their dog poop?
I just can’t hold back – it’s such an unusual sight to see people scooping up dog poop in France. … “Quite simply, French people are feignant. Now, we are starting to see some people clean up after their dogs. Simply because the city (hers, posh Le Raincy) is distributing the bags.
Do people pick up their dog poop in Paris?
As it turns out, it’s been illegal to leave dog poo on the streets of Paris since 1982. But Traore says it’s hard to change habits. “There are people who think because they pay taxes, the street cleaners should clean up behind their dogs,” he says.
Do people poop in the streets of France?
2. Poop is an issue. Yes, Paris has a reputation for dog poop on the sidewalks, and I can confirm this is 100% true. Way back when I moved to Paris, there was a street in the 6th arrondissment that we nicknamed “Poop Lane” because it was a true disaster at all times.
Is there a lot of dog poop in France?
A 2015 survey based on the amount of poop bags sold across the world by the company Beco Pets saw France come bottom: 3,600 bags, to the UK’s 1.85m. It wasn’t even until 2007 that dog fouling was specifically mentioned in French law; Britain passed its own law – the Dogs (Fouling of Land) Act – back in 1996.
Why don’t people pick up after their pets?
Dog waste can take months, or even years to decompose, and in its raw form, can be very detrimental to the soil. Their poop can contain loads of parasites such as ringworm, roundworm, salmonella and giardia, which is contagious to both humans and other animals alike.