Cleaning up after your dog is a courtesy that most pet owners practice, but a new study has found the Bronx is number 1 when it comes to complaints about number 2.
The real estate website Realty Hop took a look at the 311 data on poop complaints across the city. It found that while the numbers of complaints were down in 2017 when compared to years past, the Bronx had the most poop complaints last year, and Staten Island had the least.
According to data from this January through August of this year, Brooklyn had the highest number of poop report complaints.
The study also named the worst neighborhoods for poop complaints, naming one area in each borough. In the Bronx, it was Soundview; in Queens, Ozone Park; in Brooklyn, Cypress Hills; in Manhattan, Hamilton Heights; and on Staten Island, Mariners Harbor/Graniteville.
It also identified the cleanest neighborhoods by borough, which, according to the data, includes Stuyvesant Town in Manhattan, Brooklyn Heights/Cobble Hill in Brooklyn, Co-op City in the Bronx, Springfield Gardens North in Queens and the Grymes Hill-Clifton-Fox Hills section of Staten Island.