Yappy dogs and abusive neighbours
I put my two pence worth on this thread from a dog owners perspective.
charming little dog who likes to talk. Its not all the time nor is it loud.
Not really what we are talking about then.
their dog escaped from their garden and ran straight into our open front door and our 6 month old on the floor. Scared the poop out of me as i had no idea what it might do to her.
Great story bro.
in fact listening to random Tossers attempting to evoke an as emptive response is counter productive.
would quite litteraly tell said neighbour to go F@©K himself.
If you don’t like barking dogs or any other noise…… MOVE!
I would respectfully refer you to your own advice;
Get over youself and learn some tolerance.flippinhecklerMember
Pudd do you know how stupid you sound by saying your dog talks, NO it barks, got a neighbor with a similar prospective to yours, they have to keep their dog under control now. Mind you if your dog won’t be trained or more like your not capable of training it then you shouldn’t own a dog.Posted 5 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
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Unfortunately it seems to be a new trend around here too
Buy small yappy dog
Think its fun for a few days
Then leave in back garden from 7am until 11pm and ignore its incessant barking
I, like the OP, can’t just switch off and even things like having a shower with the bathroom window open becomes an extremely frustrating experience
The owners are complete tosspots in my book. Its your dog, not mine. Don’t inflict it on everyone else that lives here simply because you can’t be bothered
I have had dogs in the past and there is no way i could be selfish enough to leave it outside barking, no matter what time of day it wasPosted 5 years agoFuzzyWuzzyMember
One of my my neighbours has an annoying small yappy dog (ffs who bred these things anyway, get a proper dog that goes woof not an overgrown rat…) but to be fair they do try and control it (although her shouting “be quiet” or “shut up” all the time is only mildly less annoying than the dog itself). If it got to the stage it was an issue for me and they refused to do anything I think I’d just go an buy an air horn and whenever it barked I’d use the horn (in as close proximity to the dog as I could).Posted 5 years agohoraMember
The owners are complete tosspots in my book
Yep but from the sound of it hes an older gent so you can’t go messing about (he’ll want to, you definitely wont) so he’ll be playing up on that as well.
Go down the council noise nusuance unit route- ask them for their advice.Posted 5 years agoInbred456Member
If my dog barks in the garden it’s usually because she’s playing with my son, or wants to be let back in the house. She’s a rescue so training is ongoing. She gets to bark once then that’s it any more and I’m down on her hard. I have a responsibility to my neighbours and the dog. Sounds like you need a bit of training Pudd on how to treat and look after pets. I will look out for you on the next Neighbours From Hell.Posted 5 years ago
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