The 29-year-old was a tenant of Elderpark Housing Association in a tenement flat in Elderpark Street, Govan.
He did not have permission to keep a dog, as required by his tenancy agreement, and he let the animal roam unattended in the back court.
The man, who lived alone, refused to clean up its mess, leaving the drying green a disgusting no-go area for appalled neighbours.
Glasgow Community and Safety Services (GCCS) served him with several £40 fixed penalty notices, which he refused to pay.
He also refused to have his dog rehomed.
As a result, the housing association took court action and used anti-social behaviour legislation to obtain an eviction order.
CCTV footage and neighbours' statements were used as evidence in the case. The man has not been named.
Elderpark is the first housing association in the city to evict a tenant for making a communal backcourt area impossible to use by neighbours because of dog mess.
The action has seen GCSS, which runs the Clean Glasgow Campaign for the city council, and Elderpark being presented with an innovation award by Keep Scotland Beautiful.
The anti-dog fouling campaign has attracted huge public support, with disgusted residents phoning the Clean Glasgow hotline to report dog owners who allow their pets to foul public places.
Since the city-wide crackdown began in August 2011, a total of 1075 people have been issued with fines.
City council leader Gordon Matheson said: "It is fantastic that GCSS and Elderpark Housing Association have won this award.
"The Clean Glasgow anti-dog fouling campaign aims to change people's behaviour and make them clean up after their dogs.
"However, those that don't must face the consequences which, in extreme cases, can include eviction."
Jim Fraser, of Elderpark Housing Association, said: "Eviction is always a last resort but we can not allow a tenant's irresponsible behaviour to affect other residents.
"We treat dog fouling as serious anti-social behaviour that will not be tolerated."
Colin Bayes, of Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: "Glasgow City Council wholeheartedly deserves this recognition for the outstanding Clean Glasgow campaign. I commend Glasgow Community and Safety Services on their success."
The public can report irresponsible dog owners by calling the Clean Glasgow Campaign on 0800 0277027.