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Condo Complex Battles Obnoxious Dog Owners By Starting A Dog Poop DNA Database!

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No one likes dog poop!

Some dog owners hate the stuff SO MUCH that theydon't even clean their pet's mess up - even though it's against the law!

Now, one condo complex is fighting back against these kinds of dog owners!

A York County, Pennsylvania, condo complex will begin to use DNA testing to identify the dog owners who constantly leave their animal's feces around!

Here's what one resident said:

"It's an investment. It's an investment to get our property clean. We would not have to do this if all of our owners cleaned up."

The program will require some unlucky soul to collect all of the dog poop in the area, and then they will put it in the DNA identifying system.

Once they know whom the perpetrators are - the resident's will hand out fines: $120 for the first offenses, $240 for the second, and $360 for the third.

Hopefully these actions will help dog owners get their shizz together!!

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3 comments to “Condo Complex Battles Obnoxious Dog Owners By Starting A Dog Poop DNA Database!”

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  2. Taylor says – reply to this


    My apartment complex has been doing this for over 6 months. We have to take the dog and have them swab the dog. If we fail to pick up the dog poop, and our dog gets flagged, it is an immediate $350 fine or evection.

    We have brought up the idea, what if a "scorned" person follows you and picks the dogs poo out of the trash and plants it on you. You have no way of showing you did or did not pick up your dogs poo.

  3. teeter totter says – reply to this


    Just got a note on my apartment yesterday (apparently someone was pet sitting or visiting and did not clean up afterward) that this is grounds for eviction (cats are OK). I personally do not have a problem with this, but how much is this DNA testing going to cost them? I mean it takes awhile even if you are a famous person.