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Passive Aggressive Notes: Poop Drawings and Urine Variants

Another passive aggressive note that reads as follows:


  • 這附近很少有流浪犬,卻常在巷口這一帶見到狗狗的和 💩。
  • 請想想出入踩到的人心情有多差…😞
  • 煩請發揮公德心&飼主之義務,勿放任家犬便溺卻不清理!

非常感謝! Thanks a lot!!

Dear block neighbours:

  • There are very few stray dogs around here, but I often find doggy and and 💩 around the mouth of the alley.
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The Bucket of Horrors

Hi Internet Pals. Today is Wednesday, the hump day, also trash day. I just took it out. They pick it up tomorrow. The worst part of taking out the trash at our place is the poop bag extraction. 206 more words

A London Girl's New Life in Paris - The Truth (originally written for Elle Online)

It was a grim January night when my boyfriend suggested the prospect of moving to Paris. I am a life-long Londoner, so the idea of upping sticks to another capital city was certainly not a daunting one… They’re our neighbours, right? 613 more words

60 Minutes Lands ‘Exclusive Interview’ With A Piece Of Dog Poo

Journalists (sic) from Channel 9’s 60 minutes program are excited to announce that they have outbid their rivals in securing an exclusive interview with a piece of dog poo that has been living on the streets of the Gold Coast. 151 more words


Weekly Rant #11 - Pick Up Your Dog's Poo

This will be short and sweet.

There are two kinds of people out there that don’t pick up poo. First, those that don’t want to. Second, those that let their dog roam free and figure if they don’t see it they don’t have to deal with it. 92 more words


4 diseases humans can get from dog poop

While not picking up after your dog can spread harmful diseases to other pups, dog waste can also spread diseases from pups to people. These are called zoonotic diseases, or zoonoses, diseases that can be transmitted from animals to people and from people to animals.Here are 4 diseases that are normally passed from animals to people with help from infected dog… 446 more words

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Dog Poop Microbiome Predicts Canine Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Our gut microbiomes — the varieties of microbes living in our digestive tracts — may play a role in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Since dogs can also suffer from IBD, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine analyzed fecal samples from dogs with and without the disease. 752 more words