Reported in the Parks/landscapes category by Gareth Southgate at 13:25, Thu 3 April 2014
Sent to Cardiff Council 5 minutes later
We were walking in Roath Park at 10:45am this morning. An elderly man came towards us with a rather overweight brown labrador. The man wandered off up a path then stood watching his dog. Meanwhile the dog did his business on the grass. The man left the scene without any attempt at picking up the huge pile of dog-mess. We reported the matter to a member of staff in the conservatory, but he said he could do nothing about it, and suggested we speak to a ranger. There were no rangers about and the ranger station was closed. Next moment, the man and dog approached us and I remonstrated with him. He completely denied it was his dog. The mess is still there. May I suggest one of the rangers patrols the area between 10:30 and 11 am and tries to do something to stop this happening again. Children play in that area, and I dread to think what infections they could pick up. Please take action!!!
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