On June 21, we stepped in dog poop outside the Alaska State Museum. We, Stone Soup Childcare kids, were in the parking lot getting into the car.
When we were going back home, Marlena saw there was dog poop on her shoe. There was also dog poop on the back of the seat in front of her, on the floor and on the inside of the door. Then, when we were getting out of the car, we discovered there was poop on Ava's shoe too. By the time we noticed, poop had already gotten on Ava's car seat and the regular seat where she had stepped. Gross.
Why do some people not pick up their dog's poop? We are always finding poop on the sidewalks, on the street and at the playground and park. Please, can people pick up their dog's poop so we won't step in it when we walk and play?
Ava Brown and Marlena Romanoff