Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 300
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It's hard to imagine eight million people trying to avoid dog refuse on the streets of New York City on a daily basis. It's harder not to imagine New Yorkers from all walks of life picking up after their canines. Using plastic bags or trendy, mechanized devices, pet owners have become a unified force in cleaning up the sidewalks of the Big Apple. We forget that Health Law 1310, which went into effect in 1978, was the first such legislation to work in a major city, and that the strange custom of scooping in New York continues to influence communities around the world. Not long ago, picking up after your Poodle, Puli, or Pekinese was not a basic civic duty. Initially, many politicians thought the idea was absurd. Animal rights activists were unanimously opposed. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals condemned the proposed legislation because it would impose undue hardship on dog owners. New York's Poop Scoop Law chronicles the integration of dog owners, a...