Years and years and years and years ago, the groundskeeper at the university came running after Mommy. "Your dog is leaving doggie bon bons all over the grass, you need to leash her and keep her off the grass," he said. "But those are not from my dog," Mommy said. And it was true.
Doggie Bon Bons - and not the good kind
WHAT, you say, is Noodles talking about? I am talking about POOP and a whole lot of it lately.
Mommy and I wandered out our front door recently and what did we see? POOP on our lawn and NOT from me!
AND that wasn't all! AS we got to the sidewalk, we saw a whole lineup of Doggie Bon Bons and none of them from ME! And as we walked down the sidewalk around our neighborhood we saw more and more piles all over the place. It was most unpleasant.
"What is going on?" Mommy said rather curtly. And frankly I have to AGREE! What IS going on?
We used to walk through the neighborhood and never see any poop. And both of my Mommy's always always ALWAYS remember to bring poop bags with them when we walk. And even share them with dog walkers who may have left theirs at home!
But lately there is a lot of strange poop ON THE SIDEWALKS and in our yard!
Why can't other dog PAWrents be more responsible and PICK UP THE POOP? It just makes sense, don't you agree? If everyone did their best to clean up after their peeps and pups, then the area would be more pleasant for ALL to enjoy!
I am going to start a neighborhood campaign called NO MORE DOGGIE BON BONS
I hope to end this problem soon.
(Mommy wants to thank Julio from her college days for coining the phrase Doggie Bon Bons. Of course, at the time he was accusing her dog of leaving them . . . which she wasn't . . . but nonetheless the phrase stuck. RIP Julio, you were a wit.)