Erie County Sheriff
Friday, November 30, 2012 - 5:44pm
2000 block Ohio 113 East, Milan, man complained of neighbor's dog coming onto his property and leaving "land mines." Neighbor asked to keep yellow lab off property.

 

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Comments

G_Richardson

I believe there is a UN treaty against leaving land mines in populated domestic areas. Someone needs to check this out. I mean, Is a dog crapping in your yard is enough to call the police why not go the full monty and get the Feds and the UN involved?

starryeyes83

Would it not be called " dog piles " instead ?

I mean, come on - land mines! Gimme a break.

totallyamazed

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Depending upon the size of the yard, trying sprinkling chili powder or cayenne on the grass. You'll not have anymore probs...I don't.
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asweetnessabove

@totally amazed... Does that really work? Bc if so I'm going to GFS tomorrow and buying some to get my own dog to go n a designated area!!!

luvblues2

It works. When those dogs get a sniff of that pepper, they leave that place be. I have had two dogs of my own that used to crap anywhere they wanted, inside or outside. A few sniffs of pepper, and they were doin' it where I wanted.

totallyamazed

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Sure does. I have a fairly decent size yard on a corner and was having trouble with strays and owners allowing their dogs to deposit land mines.

Instead of doing the whole yard I only did the perimeter (about 1' or so wide) and not too thick either. Guess they'd come into the yard with their nose down already so doing the perimeter only made sense. I mixed cayenne and chili powder together into a shaker container and went about sprinkling.
Problem solved. {{thumbs up}}
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luvblues2

+1!

wiredmama222

I have to remember that one.....chili or cayenne pepper, huh? Great.