What hide, I do aggree that it is best to try and be nice to them though, people can go looking for trouble or let things go, if they are treated very nicely and their worries addressed maybe they will turn out to be ok, some folk just worry after reading of dog attacks.
Some people are just amazing..they would be the people who get a dog and want to go on holidays, so get rid of the inconvenience. They must think pets are disposable items. it is really sad. i am glad it is resolved
Pets are forever
Oh wow!!! That's crazy!! I would be horrified if someone did that, thankfully it wasn't my house or they would have received a very nasty letter back. How rude.
That is bloody shocking, what cheeky buggers.
If they noticed the large dog and werent comfortable, why did the buy the house? Morons.
What cheek! I wish I'd be a bit like that.
I would have loved to ask my former neighbour to rehome his unspeakable wife!
Inspector Rex DVD in the letter box will fix em
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... Jade ...
Aha yeah me too! wee wee or pee pee and poo poo's or poopie
If the problem was "fixed" by suggesting the fearful uneducated parents back off - they may still take matters into their own hands. Parents will do whatever it takes in the face of a perceived (not only actual) threat. Hence their note - which informed the solicitor of their ignorance and potential threat to the dog.
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