Towns are for people - not dogs
YESTERDAY in the paper William Lapthorn was talking about the loss of dog waste bins. This isn't the problem. The problem is the dogs and owners. Why is it when I go into town and to car boot sales I have to share it with a pack of dogs. Dogs are for parks. I don't want to see dogs in towns apart from Guide Dogs. Can't owners be away from their dogs for more than a couple of hours? If you can't, then try internet shopping, that way you can spend more time with your hounds.
Things need to change in Plymouth. You try sitting down eating food with a large lump of wet smelly fur trying to get at what you're eating. It's not that I hate dogs, but there's a time and place for them. Let's see towns for people not canines.
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