Our expert says:
You will need to train him not to do this and reward him when he doesn't. You will need to supervise him when he is out and then tell him "no" when he goes near his faeces. It takes a while to train them to refrain but he will come around. YOu could also spray something with an unpleasant taste over his droppings to help put him off. Some of these products are available from you vet.
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