This 17th of March brings the usual annual celebration of the patron saint of Ireland but also the monthly Scoop That Poop blog hop. As a part of the continuing effort to educate and remind responsible owners to clean up after their dogs and in celebration of all things Irish, we present to you a collection of Scoop That Poop limericks. There's also an adorable collection of photos completely unrelated to the poems but unmistakeably Cascadian Nomads (leprechauns.)
Dogs will inevitably poop
Always bring bags so you can scoop
It won't wash away
On the ground germs stay
Bacteria sickens your troop.
When you are out sailing your sloop
No one wants water that has poop
Water isn't clean
Dog owners are mean
When they don't rememberto scoop!
There once was a kind Irish dog
Who walked in the mist and the fog
Every time he'd poop
His owner did scoop
Even if it was a gross log.
You loudly cry "why is this true?
From whence this foul poop
That no one did scoop
My whole day was truly made blue."
~Leo, Bethany, Jason, Wilhelm, Brychwyn & Huxley, & Amelia too