Dogs are one of those archetypal Brooklyn accessories, like a stroller or a laptop. But the pet-dog population in the entire city is only 600,000, so in a borough with more than 2.5 million residents, that means a lot of households without a dog—the kind who might complain to 311 about poop left unscooped, or a Yorkie who won't stop yipping. The people at Gothamist have compiled 311 data
by zip code—complaints about dog shit and dog noise—and mapped it. So, in Brooklyn, who's complaining the most about dogs?