THE message that dog fouling is unacceptable will be visible all over Moray soon with new posters highlighting the joint campaign by Moray Council and The Northern Scot.
The crackdown on irresponsible dog owners has been well received across Moray in the last month.
Andy Jamieson, anti-social behaviour co-ordinator for Moray Council, said information on offenders was “coming in thick and fast”.
Seven £40 penalty notices have already been issued by community wardens; the same number issued for the whole of 2012.
That is largely due to the solid information being provided by the public, although Mr Jamieson urged more people providing information to include their name and contact details, which will remain confidential, but helps wardens issue notices.
The posters will be distributed widely across Moray and anyone who would like copies will be able to download them on our website from this weekend.
Mr Jamieson warned if people take the risk of not paying the fixed penalties they could face a maximum fine of £500.
People can report dog foulers by phoning the anti-social behaviour hotline on 0800 5877 197 or by e mailing email@example.com
You can also join the debate on our Facebook page.
Download your choice of poster below!