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Local police in Seville must fine dog owners for not wearing and using disinfectant on the urine of their pets (stock photo)

Dog owners must clean the urine of their pets and receive a fine if they do not have a disinfectant with them during a walk following strict new rules in Seville

  • Sevillians will have to carry and use disinfectant in the urine of their dog
  • The local police will fine dog owners for not cleaning up after their pet
  • The new statutes are tested for a month before they are made permanent
  • Almeira requires dog owners since July to carry solutions for water and vinegar
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The Seville Council must fine dog owners for not carrying bottles of disinfectant to wash away their dog's urine.

Authorities should try the new rule for a month after residents complained about the smell of dog urine filling the streets in Spain.

The police will also issue fines to pet owners who do not use the disinfectant after their dogs have been mutilated.

Local police in Seville must fine dog owners for not wearing and using disinfectant on the urine of their pets (stock photo)

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Local police in Seville must fine dog owners for not wearing and using disinfectant on the urine of their pets (stock photo)

Seville follows the city of Almeria, where dog owners have had a solution for water and vinegar since July.

The scourge of dog feces is indeed everywhere in Spain, and many cities are doing everything they can to combat the problem, according to The local.

Other cities employ private poo detectives and in 2016 the city of Torrelodones installed an inflatable poo of nine feet on the town square to emphasize the problem.

The Torre del Oro, the maritime museum in the center of Seville, a city famous for its bitter oranges

The Torre del Oro, the maritime museum in the center of Seville, a city famous for its bitter oranges

The Torre del Oro, the maritime museum in the center of Seville, a city famous for its bitter oranges

Meanwhile, DNA testing was introduced in the city of La Coruna this year to find owners who were responsible and then charge for DNA analysis.

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Another campaign in Madrid a few years ago used remotely controlled cars in the form of droppings to pursue abusive owners, with the message: & # 39; Don't leave me alone, pick me up! & # 39;

The inhabitants of Seville are currently facing fines in the range of £ 30 to £ 80 for their dog mess, although that can go up to more than £ 900.

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