Children from primary schools across Cornwall have forcibly put across their point that letting your dog foul and not cleaning up after it is not acceptable to them, their friends or their families.

The children have made their views clear in a short film to be used as part of a Council campaign which spells out that dog fouling is anti social and to ask dog owners to be responsible and think about the impact their lack of action and lack of consideration has on the wider community.

The children aged 4 to 11 from Treverbyn Academy in St Austell, The Bishops CE Primary School in Newquay and St Breock Primary School Wadebridge explain in the film, as only children can, their experiences and what they think about those who let their dog foul and not clean up after it.

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