Any feces from an animal that eats meat contains bacteria in it that are harmful to humans and other animals if it gets into food or a local water supply. Such bacteria can cause cholera and dysentery if the polluted water is ingested. Because pets aren’t as familiar with natural spaces, they’re more likely than wild animals to defecate in a place where their feces can contaminate a water supply, so it’s not a good idea to leave their waste in nature. Dog waste is estimated to cause between 20-30 percent of stream pollution.
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