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    I agree with you DA. After awhile I turn into Norman Bates!

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    Um, who's Norman Bates?

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    That old movie Psycho. He's the...Psycho LOL

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    Instead of saying your running away why dont you give me some advice, thats what im here for

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    Oh, i see. I don;t think I;d be that bad, but my husband would probably beg to differ on occasions. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by organicsab View Post
    Instead of saying your running away why dont you give me some advice, thats what im here for
    Oh okay...

    Firstly, are you at work every day, Mon to Fri, 8.30am to 3.30 pm? I would not want any puppy in my house for that length of time. I would prefer them to be outside, so long as they have sufficient shelter, water and things to do to a degree. A lot of breeds will simply go to sleep until Master gets home, actually. Having two is a god-send IMO, as they keep each other occupied. Two dogs together in an environment where the owner goes off to work regularly is the best scenario.

    Can you try my advice above re pretending to leave and dealing with it on a regular basis?
    Can you try talking to your neighbour again, or other neighbours, to enlist their assitance, rather than their wrath?

    I was kidding, you know. When i put in lol, I am usually kidding. If i don't, I am not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by organicsab View Post
    Instead of saying your running away why dont you give me some advice, thats what im here for
    Perhaps apologize to your neighbour to get on his good side, explain they're new and young and you'll do everything you can to prevent the yapping? That way he is less likely to complain while you train your dogs

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    i work tues to sat and my husband works mon to fri. I start at 9:30 but catch transport so i leave at 8:30, I finish at 4, my husband works 6 til 3. On fridays he works til 11:30. I leave them in the patio with food and water and toys. If they're whimpering all day they're obviously not sleeping. I could go talk to the neighbour but i won't have time til tomorrow arvo. We did try and explain they're only pups and its the first time today but he wouldnt hear it, he just told us to discipline them. I can do what you said by leaving them and dealing with them when they cry.

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    Yep Op, give that a try. Keep trying it.

    How old are these pups again, sorry?

    Hmmm, I wonder what he means by disciplining them? Not too sure I want to know his answer to that one, to be honest. Sounds...well, very old school.

    Firstly, I feel you NEED to know for yourself just what they are doing and what noise they make. Only when you see/hear that for yourself will you be better able to gauge how to start fixing the problem.

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    Some set up some kind of web cam feed that they can check on birds/animals while at work. I have no idea how to do this or even if it would be a feasible option to find out just exactly what happens when you are not there.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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