It is the latest in a series of initiatives run by the council - with its information 'reward' scheme attracting national publicity as well as interest from other councils across the country. The authority also teamed up with the local football league and Staffordshire FA to clampdown on dog fouling on soccer pitches and joined forces with the village of Weston near Stafford to make it the first in the country to be dog-poo free.
Councillor Frank Finlay, Cabinet member for Environment and Health, said: "We have had tremendous support from the community for our efforts to get rid of this disgusting crime - especially from responsible dog owners who are sick and tired of their inconsiderate counterparts giving them all a bad name."
Dog fouling can lead to toxocariasis in humans, causing serious illness and even blindness.
Information from residents regarding regular time, dates and place of irresponsible dog owners has led to a number of fines and prosecutions over recent years.