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How to curtail a neighbor's dog from barking out of control

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"Apparently you don't acknowledge that some feel their dogs or cats or other animals in the home are the same as family. "

This is incorrect. The issue is not myself nor where I am at with it, thanks. The idea of murdering someone as retribution to a shot dog is incomprehensible though...even IF someone feels their dog is a family member.

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Um, not sure if I am kidding or not on that one. I would not take kindly to someone shooting my dogs per say. Someone shot my in laws cat years ago and it had to be put down because the bb lodged too close to it's spine and it could not walk. Because of the location of the bb, it was inoperable. 
 

I am definitely saying that shooting a bb into a cat is not right.. but if it was pooping in someone's yard everyday, then I understand where the shooter was coming from... all of this cat and dog bs all revolves around how the owners have raise their pets... go after the owners, not the pets!

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go after the owners, not the pets!

Hear hear!

First step to resolve a problem with the pet is the owner. The animal is but a reflection of the care it has received.

The idea of murdering someone as retribution to a shot dog is incomprehensible though...even IF someone feels their dog is a family member.

It's fine that it's incomprehensible to you, but don't assume it isn't to others. That being said, I don't condone something like that, nor would I particularly do something like that, but I will say that the likelihood of me ending up in jail for a few days, and the person who shot and killed my dog would be in a hospital bed recovering from some serious beating injuries.

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if you feel your pets are family, then raise them and train them to act as family! Do your sons and daughters bark constantly at the neighbors? Mine don't.

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if you feel your pets are family, then raise them and train them to act as family! Do your sons and daughters bark constantly at the neighbors? Mine don't.

I have a few neighbors I'd like to introduce you to. I'm still trying to understand what two five year olds and a twelve year old are doing out running around with an RC car at midnight...

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I have a few neighbors I'd like to introduce you to. I'm still trying to understand what two five year olds and a twelve year old are doing out running around with an RC car at midnight...

I would love to meet them. I would not hesitate to share my opinion of 2 five year old running around my house at midnight chasing an rc car. Sounds like it would be time to let the dogs out.

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"First step to resolve a problem with the pet is the owner."

Yes, yes indeed! What then if the owner is negligent and allows the barking dog situation to persist? Are there any other non-animal oriented options other than A) put up with it, or B) legal action?

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those people that are up late like to sleep in late.. just start to cut the lawn around 7 am and see how they like it.

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Cheap BB gun does NOT penetrate fur/ skin.

 

That's what I was talking about.

 

NOTHING more.     Lars

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go after the owners, not the pets!

Hear hear!First step to resolve a problem with the pet is the owner. The animal is but a reflection of the care it has received.

The idea of murdering someone as retribution to a shot dog is incomprehensible though...even IF someone feels their dog is a family member.

It's fine that it's incomprehensible to you, but don't assume it isn't to others. That being said, I don't condone something like that, nor would I particularly do something like that, but I will say that the likelihood of me ending up in jail for a few days, and the person who shot and killed my dog would be in a hospital bed recovering from some serious beating injuries.

Each to his own. SOME value people, human beings, more than animals...except apparently in these cases and in India where cows are pretty important also.

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I agree with the people from India, cows are important.  

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Just to try and stay on topic though;

PART of the solution lies in accepting the fact that dogs do bark and SOME of that is unavoidable and must be tolerated.

Are there any other non-animal oriented options other than A) put up with it, or legal action? How else can barking dog owners be effectively persuaded to take action?

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Hey IbizaFlame, on a side note.. I replaced the tweeter in my RF3's with a D220Ti, and no luck making it sound better than the stock tweeter.. Seems like PWK put in some serious effort with the crossover and tweeter in that speaker system.. we briefly spoke about it in the past..

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Cheap BB gun does NOT penetrate fur/ skin.

 

That's what I was talking about.

 

NOTHING more.     Lars

 

Lady belts don't leave marks.

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another thing that worked great was: I parked my truck in my driveway facing my neighbors house, and every time the dogs barked at me or anyone at my house, I would set off my truck alarm with my remote from inside my house! that worked great because it pissed off my neighbors so much that they no longer allowed the dogs near my truck and my house!!

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