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  1. #11
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    A long time a go, far away... my friend moved to acreage - and she had several dogs, one of whom barked at strangers - and stray wombats

    And the neighbours complained. And she said - she'd shut the dog up - when they shut up their 6am-on-sunday honking geese.

    I don't know how people in the country can complain about dogs - when they've got sulphur cresteds nesting in the trees next to their house. My unfavourite noise - is rev heads tuning their cars after 10pm. Or 2am... whatever.

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    Definately had my fair share of moaning cunning stunts.
    Neighbour complained that my 'vicious' dog was looking into his garden. A old rottie, who took 10mins to get up, so look was all he could do really.

    Neighbour complained that his chiwowa (spelling) had broken into my garden, and was half way down my rotties throat when i retrieved it. $500 vet fee which i shared.

    Neighbour complained that my dog barks when he gets up to go to the toilet at night. Ignorning his JRT that barks from 5.30am till 8pm, day in, day out, month in, month out. For the year that i have lived in this house. But do i complain? No.

    Neighbour complained that i had my 2 dogs off leash in the bush area at back. Even took the time to state how he would "get me" later. He got the wrath of my working class, comission housing upbrininging, with promises of violence on one of his 'lone' walks from my dogs, should he care to converse one more time. He's never spoken since.

    Neighbour complaining that my dog climbs tree. And can see their dog if he does that.
    I ask you, some people really need to get a sodding life!

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    never had any complaints.

    However, we used to live in this very rough area and our dogs were tethered one day undwer the carport. This guy walked past and rattled the gate at them so they went berserk. So he stood there and kept doing it, and he didnt realise the OH was home. OH went out there and told him to stop fing with our dogs. The guy left, then turned up an hour later with a baseball bat and smashed our front door in. We moved two days later.

    mY VERY GOOD friend has had multiple complaints about her dog. Coouncil came and saw her about it. My mate went round and got declarations off ppl in the street saying they didnt notice the dog. Then more complaints so council came round again and hinted which house was complaining....it was a house who had signed a declaration! Anyway, the complaints kept pouring in. Only time her dog barked was if someone turned up. In the end, she rehomed the dog because it was getting ridiculous and the council had said next time theyd remove him.

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    In my old house, we had a drunk woman living at the back of my garden. Roughly 3 times a week, she'd come around, reeling and stinking of booze, to complain about my white and tan dog jumping into her garden and being viscuous to her cat. Eventually, after no amount of explanation that i do not own a white and tan dog, showed her the rottie and GSD and told her whatever dog is jumping her fence is not mine.

    she has informed our new next door neighbour, to watch out, as we have a viscous white and tan dog. I was working with neighbour on a adjoining piece of property, when she told me the warning she'd been given. Not only was i falsely accused, i now have a false reputation as the owner of a white and tan cat chaser.

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