Please Don't Pollute. Scoop Your Dog's Poop.  

Spring has sprung and Whatcom County Public Works is gearing up to remind dog walkers to bag and trash their pet’s poop when exploring their favorite trails and parks. Dog poop is one of many sources of bacteria contributing to pollution in Whatcom County creeks, lakes, and marine waters. Did you know our county has over 40,000 dogs that create about 30,000 pounds of poop every day? That’s a lot of poop. It’s every dog owner’s responsibility to help manage that waste to help keep our water clean. The good news is it’s easy. Just scoop it, bag it, and trash it!

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