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    Default Woohoo, Brian is ours!

    It has taken 5 weeks, 2 phone messages left, and a 3rd phone call yesterday to animal registry, to be officially confirmed, that Brian was not stolen, he really did belong to the tool that sold him to me. And now he is legally ours. Bill of sale, transferred micro chipped.

    I thought he maybe stolen due to the condition he was in, i couldn't comprehend, that yes, you can pay a lot of money for a dog, like $2500 and still treat it badly.

    Now onto next phase. Multiple animal ownership license. Instead of paying annual dog license fee's for 3 dogs, i pay a lesser amount for a lifetime license, that's $95.
    Sweet. Fingers crossed.

    Part of this application includes talking to adjoining property neighbors asking if they object. Here's the tricky part, mr grumpy who lives next door, who complained my GSD barked at night at him getting up to go to loo. since then we've kept Bernie in at night, so no more barking nocte for a year now. But complainers do like to whinge, and are slow to say thank you, and ignore the shit on his own door step from JRT who barks from when he is let out into his garden at 6am, till they bring him in at lunch time, to let him out to roam streets whilst he works in arvo.
    Just the sort that likes to bitch in my experience!

    None of these laws make sense to me, so i worry, as unable to predict what they want, dont want, how to word application in a way that is more likely to succeed. Anyone else got a aussie multiple animal registration?

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    Hi Bernie

    You could ring up your council and ask them.

    I imagine it just needs to answer their questions so keep it simple. Don't put extra stuff in there that they didn't ask for.

    You might want to go see all your neighbours and just check that they're happy with your current arrangements and willing to support them continuing should council come knocking - because council may well do this.

    I know one lady who got permission for a third small poodle on her suburban block despite the neighbour continually complaining about them and leaning over the fence and winding up the new poodle puppy who obligingly barks at him.

    You'd have to talk to council but I imagine if you've got 5 or 6 affected neighbours and only one has a problem, they're going to approve.

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    Thanks Hyacynth. Brian's PR campaign starts on my day off, Sunday. I'll pop around to neighbours and ask if they have issue, can i resolve it?

    I cant imagine other side being an issue, as the toddler was playing with him yesterday in our garden. He's a serial escapologist (the toddler) and he's always found usually in pohm's bed, where she's taken him for a wash! and to frisk him for food, and i wish Brian wouldnt hang around with him, bad influence. I can see these 2 leaving together one day? So pretty good relationship with one side.
    Grumpy prostate man on other with JRT is my weak link if any i reckon.

    Shame we dont have milk delivered anymore, i could of been slipping ecstacy into his so that i and brian are his new BFF's!

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    You could always buy him some chocolate or maybe ginger nut biscuits (a bit safer for a dog than chocolate). Chocolate has lots of feel good stuff in it. Maybe if he connects you with feel good stuff, then he will be less grumpy?

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