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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    I had a neighbour who kept a border collie on a chain day and night, not particuarly my thing for this type of dog, however this aisde they were lovely people and i was cautious as to how to approach the subject of the dogs constant barking.
    Anyhow with great joy my son arrived into the world. Two weeks later i was talking to my neighbour over the fence and was telling him how excited i was that my son had said his first words. he looked at me with a strange look on his face and said "what?'
    I said again to him my son has just said his first words, again he looked at me strange and then i said to him, yeh, his first words were shut up Patch!!
    With a smile on his face he took away the hint.
    PMSL! Priceless.

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    It was a golden momment

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    I really hope everything works out for OP. It's always so stressful having a new family addition.

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    Yep everything good, left them both in the bathroom together and placed both the yellow pages and the white pages on top of each other and dead against the door so they cant open it, and it worked, they didnt escape. Left the window open, food and toys. They did cry when i left but at least the neighbour shouldnt be able to hear it much. When i got home Leila was asleep but Tedd started crying when he heard me. And would you believe it, they didn't wee or poo!!! As soon as they were let outside they sure did.

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    Well, it sounds like you've sorted it for now organicsab. Trusty ole yellow pages. Lol.
    Hope things contnue well for you and the pups and you have no more trouble with next door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by organicsab View Post
    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.
    There is another option - if you know any teenagers or kids around your neighbourhood then you can ask them to check in on the puppers during the day. I have a lot of clients that I do this for for the first two-three months they have the dogs. That way they get a toilet in the middle of the day and it breaks up the day when it's young. When they get older I start moving the visits later in the day until I'm no longer visiting.

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