For some dog owners, scooping up poop is just too much work. This can be a serious problem at apartment complexes. That's why some property managers in Knoxville, Tennessee are resorting to DNA testing to enforce poop scooping rules:
Apartment managers start by sending in a DNA sample from every dog in the complex, usually on a swab that has been swiped in the dog's mouth. The DNA is recorded on a PooPrints registry.
Then, when an errant stool is discovered, a sample is sent in and matched with the DNA in the database. The renegade pooch and owner are identified.
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