Dog fouling and the law
If you allow a dog in your charge to foul any area to which the public has access you are committing an offence. The penalty for not clearing up dog fouling can be up to £1000 if the case is dealt with by the magistrates courts, or £50 if the owner is given a fixed penalty notice.
Town councils or parish councils provide bins in parks and other public areas for the use of dog owners. We are responsible for monitoring dog fouling, the issue of fixed penalty notices and for initiating court proceedings against offenders.
Our dog warden will investigate any fouling allegations within the district and aims to respond to the complainant within two working days.
Dog bag agents
The Bell Inn, High St, Adderbury, Banbury OX17 3LS
Post Office and stores, Ambrosden, Bicester OX25 2LS
Garrison Family Centre, Ambrosden, OX25 2RD
Village stores, 53 Woodpiece Road, Upper Arncott, OX25 1PJ
New Road Stores, 14 New Rd, Milcombe, Banbury OX15 4RJ
West Bar Vets, 19 W Bar St, Banbury OX16 9SA
Post Office, 25 Horton View, Banbury OX16 9HW
Woodgreen The Animals Charity, 7 High Street Banbury
Bicester Town Council, The Garth, Launton Rd, Bicester OX26 6PS
Post Office, Bloxham Post Office, High Street, Bloxham, OX15 4LT
Post Office and stores, 43 Molyneux Dr, Bodicote, Banbury OX15 4AX
Deddington vet (Hook Norton), St Thomas St, Deddington, Banbury OX15 0SY
- Hook Norton
Whitehills Veterinary Surgery, Sibford Road, Hook Norton, OX15 5DG
Blue Cross, Unit 1 18High St, Kidlington OX5 2DH
Post Office 1 Troy Lane, Kirtlington OX5 3HA
The White Horse, Stratford Rd, Wroxton, Oxfordshire OX15 6PZ
Yarnton Parish Council Yarnton Village Hall, The Paddocks, Yarnton, Kidlington OX5 1TE