mataró - Dog owners in the Spanish town of Mataró should not only clean up the drolls of their beloved four-legged man in the street, as well as clearing the puddle. If they refuse, then a fine of 750 euros will be imposed.
The town council, which is about thirty kilometers above Barcelona, has decided unanimously. The dog plaque must be rinsed with water and prevent fewer dogs from plucking on the street. According to the council, this is not only more hygienic but also fresher. Spain is currently being harassed by a heat wave, causing many Spaniards to complain about street stench. Although the municipality itself cleans the streets, the council also wants to help dog owners.
In the local regulation, where the 'bans' is prohibited, the municipality council determines that dogs may not 'stall' in the evenings and at night, where neighbors may have inconvenience. For example, dogs on terraces, balconies and patios are out of the box. Dogs must be let out at least twice a day and have to be chipped. In addition, because of the heat, they should not be left in a parked vehicle for more than 20 minutes.