Tackilng dog fouling should be a top priority, says a councillor.
Tory Clr Nigel Patrick, who represents Holmfirth on Kirklees Council, wants a review on how the problem of dog dirt blighting Kirklees's parks and streets can best be dealt with.
He wants a special scrutiny team to investigate after concerns from around his ward.
The council does not install dog dirt bins in the district's parks, but prefers to use dog wardens to stamp out the problem, using overt and covert patrolling.
Dog owners must take the waste home and dispose of it with their household rubbish.
"There are only four dog wardens to cover the whole of Kirklees," said Clr Patrick. "Members of the public need all the help they can. They shouldn't be expected to carry the dog waste on a long walk with them and bin it at home.
"It's totally unacceptable."
A review could examine the scale of the problem, the effectiveness of dog bins and how they work in other areas, he added.
Measures could include providing special bins in parks and streets for dumping the waste.
A review into dog fouling took place in Kirklees four years ago. Then, a wide range of measures were suggested, but bins were not installed.
Kirklees has the power to impose £50 fixed-penalty fines - which can rise to hundreds of pounds if owners refuse to pay them.