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    Neighbor's Dog Problem

    I have a neighbor that lives across the street and down a house. They have 2 pit bull type mix dogs. These dogs are continuously running around our neighborhood, unleashed, coming on different properties, doing their thing, etc.

    The first time, I went over and told them their animal was ******* and ******** around our kids sandbox, picnic table. They said ok, sorry. I thought ok, no big deal. The next time, I was in the back yard raking leaves, and one of them came through the gate, growled and stared at me. So I smacked it with my rake. (prob not the smartest thing to do)

    I called animal control, they said to call them when the animals are out. Lots of good that does, the dogs are back in by the time they get there. Today I was shoveling with my 5 and 2 yr old and 7 month old basset. The basset was leashed, the kids were not.

    The smaller one came over, was going after my dog, I hit it with my shovel and it went back and stood on the sidewalk. What's the next step? Police? They have been there 4 times in the last yr for multiple things. Mostly disputes between the couple. Once 9 police cars showed up. Shows you what kind of people they are. It did make for an interesting Fri night though.

    Should I go renegade and put a pellet in their legs the next time they venture over? Try and trap them in the garage? Bowl of antifreeze on their trail? Call the A Team?

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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    I'd move if I could.



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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    i think you were on to something with the shovel to the side of the head.


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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by ketelmeister View Post
    I'd move if I could.
    Moving isn't an option. Nice neighborhood. Lots of kids for our's to play with. That is another worry.


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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    I assume you are concerned for the safety of your children and Basset, because these dogs are unfriendly at best. I would call the police so if there is a record of you complaining. Not sure if they are going to do much unless you tell them that the dogs went after your kids, they make take the dogs away. However if the dogs attack your dog or kid - you could sue the police for not doing anything.



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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by erikbj View Post
    I assume you are concerned for the safety of your children and Basset, because these dogs are unfriendly at best. I would call the police so if there is a record of you complaining. Not sure if they are going to do much unless you tell them that the dogs went after your kids, they make take the dogs away. However if the dogs attack your dog or kid - you could sue the police for not doing anything.

    I am concerned for the kids and my own dog. I called again tonight. They have record of me calling before. I hope the owner of the house sells it soon instead of renting to these losers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CRcyclone6 View Post
    I am concerned for the kids and my own dog. I called again tonight. They have record of me calling before. I hope the owner of the house sells it soon instead of renting to these losers.
    call the owner of the house and express your concerns and he will start to think about his liability.


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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by CRcyclone6 View Post
    I am concerned for the kids and my own dog. I called again tonight. They have record of me calling before. I hope the owner of the house sells it soon instead of renting to these losers.
    if it is a rental property, call the landlord.....first they may not be able to have that type of animial in the house or the landlord i am guessing he has some liability of the renters if their dog attacks somone, since he owns the property.



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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneML View Post
    call the owner of the house and express your concerns and he will start to think about his liability.

    i've talked to them twice. He/she have no concern and are not smart enough to think. Believe me I've tried.


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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by erikbj View Post
    if it is a rental property, call the landlord.....first they may not be able to have that type of animial in the house or the landlord i am guessing he has some liability of the renters if their dog attacks somone, since he owns the property.
    that's one thing we haven't done. good idea.


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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Shoot it



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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Craigslist it.


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    If you guys come by Bondurant tonight, I'll **** all over every one of your dogs. I'm not the Mayor but I've been drinking a crap ton of water today and have plenty of water in the old radiator.

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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Silence it....permanently.



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    Re: Neighbor's Dog Problem

    Marshmellows dipped in antifreeze, works on raccons. And how will they prove it



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    Quote Originally Posted by 3TrueFans View Post
    Silence it....permanently.

    the thought has crossed my mind. i wonder if Linn Co lock up has wireless internet so I can keep you all up to date when Im in there then.


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