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If you have a hot spot for dog fouling contact the ERYC on Phone No 396301 or follow the link to:- to fill in their on line form.

Message from East Riding of Yorkshire Council 17/07/2017

In the last few months we have issued one Fixed Penalty Notice in Anlaby for failure to clear up after a dog has fouled.



The Parish Council has been invited to enter into a Dog Control Partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

We know that dog fouling is of concern to residents and so we have decided to join the partnership.

The aim of the partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council is to build close links between their Dog Wardens and ourselves, to provide a better service in responding to fouling and to deter it from happening in the first place.

The training will provide Anlaby with Anlaby Common Parish Councillors with the knowledge and appreciation of how to provide the evidence needed to prove an offence under the dog control orders.

As residents of Anlaby with Anlaby Common, Councillors will now be keeping an eye out for fouling problems and talking to dog walkers in our parish. We will be carrying out joint patrols with ERYC’s dog wardens over the next few months to learn first-hand how they deal with the problem. We will particularly be looking at the hot spot areas.

The great majority of dog walkers do pick up after their dog and get really annoyed with the few who don’t as they don’t want to be “tarred with the same brush.” There is no excuse for not picking up.

If you have any information on those responsible for allowing dogs to foul without picking up you can contact

our Parish Clerk via:-


Phone 01482 657572