Dogs in Rowen

Dog fouling hotspot sign

Sign near Trefriw

Lambs killed by a dog, Rowen, March 2021.

Updated May 2021

Picture show lambs killed by a dog running free on Cefn y Cae Farm, March 2021.  Always keep dogs on a lead!

Rowen welcomes dogs and responsible dog owners.
Most dog owners pick up after their dogs. Some don’t, and they give the responsible dog owners a bad name.

Bags of dog waste can be left in any of the black metal Conwy litter bins in Rowen, and in the red bin by the footbridge.

It is an offence to allow a dog to foul any street with street lighting, at any time of day or night.

Click here to report dog fouling, and for more info from Conwy Council.

Dog fouling poster at Felinheli

Rowen Playing Field is covered by a Dog Control Order. Click here for map.
Dogs on leads are allowed on Rowen Playing Field.  Dogs are not allowed to run free on the Field.

Dog fouling hotspots in Rowen
1.  Public footpath from the Shirley Footbridge to Glascoed Farm.
Please use the red dog waste bin near the footbridge.
2.   The lane and public footpath from the phone box to Cefn Cae Farm.  Please use the black bin near the Ty Gwyn.   Dog fouling on this footpath is a continuous cause of distress to the farmer and their family.

Picture taken by a neighbour on the bends up to Rowen Youth Hostel.

Dumping bags of dog waste on footpaths or in hedges is highly offensive to other users, and to the landowners.  Please use the bins provided.

 


Download The Dog walking code  

No Dogs Allowed sign in St. Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire Coast Path, Jan 2019

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