The first poo tags date back from 2006, when I had to battle against all the dog-owners who transformed the small square in front of my place into a shit park. The park were part of the C plan.
The A plan, in 2006, had me hanging small posters on trees adressed directly to dogs.
Plan B, a few days after plan A, consisted in surrounding the small square with a bulding site banner on which small posters were hung were you could read « Caution fresh poo ! ».
The new poo-tags
In 2017, when my street was filled with turd, I resumed the idea of the first tags but I created a more attractive version: colored, with catchier and better selected slogans.
I always carry some with me in the inside pocket of my handbag with the métro formulas.
This action seems more efficient. My street is cleaner. Either the selfish dog owners don't want to get (too) much attention, or the city cleaning service spot their target more easily.