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    Have to agree Lucky Lady, there are some real weirdos around. A friend of mine had his dog shot dead in his front yard.

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    I just love where i live....nearest house is a mile( maybe 2) or so away and the 5 geese keep everyone out of our yard....people are more scared of our geese, our dogs are useless
    Pets are forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    My mum & Dad use to have a crime stoppers sign on their front window of their house
    that would deter idiots like that
    exp draunk ones
    No matter how hard you try to keep them away and when you wake up to find past out on your lawn
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    ok, maybe this is an "inner city" girl who watches wayyyy too much Crime Channel talking but there are more whack jobs out there than people realise or want to admit. I don't see why anyone should take risks - it's easier to protect yourself and those you love than deal with the consequences should things ever go wrong.
    Maybe your house is protected with the dogs at the front, but would you rather someone kill your dogs or have your house robbed (or perhaps both at the same time)? I am too scared to even take my dog to enclosed dog parks b/c every few months i hear about people laying poisoned meat in them *sighs*, and I DEFO keep my dog at the back with the side gate locked.

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    crime stoppers sign is a good idea, maybe even a CCTV sign on the front gate. You could also see if you can find an old (doesnt have to work) security camera and put it up facing the entrance to your property...i highly doubt they will do anythig if they think they are on camera!!
    "Dogs are miracles with paws" - Susan Kennedy

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    Well, just to update, we re-fenced over the weekend, and the boys are now confined to the back yard. That's half their yard gone, which is a shame.
    I can tell you, they are not real impressed.

    But, better safe than sorry. I'd rather my dogs be safe - if I get broken in to, well, my insurance is paid up.

    I might think about a crimestoppers sign

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    Legally arent you supposed to have access to the front of your house for emergency services anyway...without dogs?

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    dunno about you guys but let ppl have access to your front door and all you get is religious door knockers, ppl collecting for some charity you don't even know is registered or not, or someone trying to sell you something!

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    LOL Nashems

    I can handle all of those in 2 seconds flat. Sellers, I just tell no thanks and shut the door, if they persis they get told to f off. Religos get told they are welcome to come in and explain their views to me if they dont mind watching the satanic ritual I am performing in the back yard while they talk. LOL

    Though if we are home, the dogs are generally inside and the door is open (with the fly screen shut) and that generally keeps peopel away anyway

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    .... i'd love to have the energy to freak out religious door knockers, but it's easier to pretend i am not home and just not open the door

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