Kerry County Council has increased the number of fines issued for dog fouling.
That's according to a report issued by the National Council for the Blind in Ireland, which says 31 fines were given out last year.
While two of Dublin's local authorities were among 11 countrywide to have issued no fines.
Jackie Healy-Rae Jr, Independent Councillor for Kerry, told Newstalk Breakfast they're doing more than most.
"I think the figures speak for themselves that Kerry, by far, than any other county are taking a very proactive role - especially around the area of enforcement.
"Generally I think it would be, in my opinion, fair to say that the majority of dog owners are responsible.
"Kerry County Council this year so far... have carried out 17 joint patrols of their dog and litter wardens across the county.
"And they have found that 92% of the 90 dog owners that they spoke to on those joint patrols have had their doggy bags.
"How many of them are actually using them might be another thing - but I think it shows that at least that the owners have what they're supposed to have.
"And recently as well Kerry County Council had their first court prosecution for dog fouling.
"So I think Kerry are taking a very proactive role", he added.