Dog Wars: The Poop Strikes Back

Heard of the “dog poop DNA reward & fine scheme” yet?

Okay, it’s not called that but believe me — this is exactly what a program launched in a Tel Aviv suburb is doing.

Using a DNA database to match faeces to a dog and identify its owner. Ensuring that people clean up after their pets.

Isn’t technology wonderful? Stock markets are in a turmoil, people are dying in floods, bombings, shootings (you-name-it and they are dying of it) and what do the people of Petah Tikva do? Worry about the origins of canine poop.

I wonder who came up with the idea. P Diddy?

Last week, hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs stepped in a dog’s leftovers – literally.

Or was it someone who hates Britney Spears? Remember how the pop star let her puppy poop on a $6,700 Zac Posen gown during a photo shoot last year.

Anyway, the scheme is doomed to fail in India — where millions of stray dogs rule the streets. Imagine the time and effort it will take to test their collective poop.

Of course, there’s no one to pay the fines. Unless you consider these dogs property of the state. And make the municipal authority cough up the money.

On second thoughts, that’s not a bad idea.

By the way, did you hear some crap about Indian stray dogs being voted the world’s sexiest?

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One Response to Dog Wars: The Poop Strikes Back

  1. silverine says:

    UGH! That dog poo pix is ewww. With three dogs I am fed up of seeing it and now it is on the internet too 😦The study is not surprising considering the dog population we have!! No wonder they had <>swayamvar<> in the olden days!! Unfortunately the modern Indian women don’t get to have that choice.

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