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    And for the second half of 2012, having used all my good neighbour juice up entirely.
    The very next neighbour that knocks my door about ANYTHING....

    Release the hounds! Im over complaining bastards.

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    Oh Bernie - you poor thing !

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    Seriously. I am.
    I was raised in london uk, on commission housing estate. Rough as guts area. Never, EVER, would you complain to a neighbour!
    My first house in Aus had a neighbour visiting complaining about my childrens music, bikes, friends around. We'd apologise every time, but knew that time was the solution, as they'd move on and out. Then he made the mistake of coming around on St Patricks day. My partner, 3 sheets to the wind, gave him the irish welcome of complaints, and threw him over his fence, back onto his property and advised he didnt ever visit again, as he's no longer welcome, he didnt complain once after this. i hate violence, but sometimes, it so darn effective. Wish i had it in me to stand up to people better.
    Im now living in a posh area. this is the price it seems. Entitled opinionated idiots abound. Honestly, give people a piece of land, and it seems to go straight to their heads!

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    I echo Hyacinth's advice to do some training at the fence. Reward for keeping calm and quiet when the neighbours cat or dog are there, remove them from the situation when they don't. I think that will be more effective than any general kind of training or exercise.

    Just my 2c.

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