I want an app that so when I'm woken up by the neighbor's barking dog, I can click on it and show the cops. With paper and pencil data gathering, you divide up the space on a piece of paper to represent discreet time segments, usually one-minute or five-minute intervals. Then, for each interval, you simply put one hash mark on the paper to represent each time the dog barked during that time period. Once you have collected the data on paper, the judge can tell at a glance exactly how many times the dog barked, approximately how much time transpired between barks, and the time of the
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I'm just going to give up and move somewhere else even though it will cost me money to do so. I know I'm not the only one who complains. The Boxer was inside for 5 days - the place was so quiet! Then the next day - Boxer outside all night.
And that's just the start .. White dog removed next morning when left over night w/o water outside w/o medical care after ACU came over about the dog fight the day before : https://youtu.be/r447fdbrfTs Read the full description & comment
That's is what I've been told. My answer is a copy to the local ACU and they called me back to say exactly what you said.
Wow... for once the cops are preaching common sense lol!(: Good for them.
Been recording and the dog only barks for at most 2 min @ a time but could be up to 12 times per hour. They are bringing the dog in at night lately which is GOOD.
I have got along with the dogs and personally ran over there when the man was trying to pull two pitts aways from each that a chicken wire was breaking apart as they were locked jawed through the fence. not once, 2x, but 3 times.
Hell, yes a lot of people have moved out citing the reason is the dogs barking at night! Multiple times for prolonged periods. New tenants always comment on it, or be nice and ask neighbor to 'control their dog'.
I can tell by the different barks if it's people, javalina, coyotes howling is worse but it's not every night.
These are great suggestions. If you have already talked to the owners and looked for other solutions, it might be the way. Even better if other neighbors help. No one wants lose pets but they shouldn't be a general nuisance. Hope you find an answer.
Yes voluntarily surrendered pet under threat of fines is not the best way which is what happened last week when loose Pitt for the 5th time came over to same barking neighbor Pitt to fight through fence. Action forthcoming when sent the video to ACU