A COUNCIL probe into the problem of dog fouling got the views of people on the ground.
Clr Nigel Patrick and dog warden boss Richard Forster spoke to dog wardens about their views on the messy subject.
Clr Patrick is leading a Kirklees Council environment scrutiny panel investigation into the dirty dog dilemma which sees six tonnes of muck deposited on Kirklees' streets every day.
The panel will meet on December 22 to try to come up with a solution to alleviate the issue.
Clr Patrick said it was valuable to speak to people who talked to dog walkers every day.
He added: "The dog wardens are speaking to dog owners every day, sometimes to give enforcement notices for dog fouling.
"One of the common complaints is that they have no opportunity to get rid of dog waste.
"We are looking at what everyone else does to try and tackle the problem to try and come up with a solution for Kirklees."