Originally posted on Dear Mr Dog/meneertje hond:

It’s been a good few years since we started The Kids in The City Foundation to clean up our city streets and parks! We have been having a bit of a time out for the past few years, a bit of a relax, a stock take, a lie in – but now we are back. And we think this city could do with a right royal, wet dog sort of shake up! It’s high time to see what’s happening in terms of doggy doo doo, don’t you think!!!!

So here we are again, sniffing the streets, barking in parks, looking to see what’s what! What do you think? Time for a review? We’ve still got loads of Mr Dog/meneertje books to give away if there’s a grubby little problem around your street, around your school, your play area – drop us a line and we will send a copy of…

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