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can an anti dog barking device work through a wall. my neighbours dog is constan

  1. profile image46
    jwilksposted 7 years ago

    can an anti dog barking device work through a wall. my neighbours dog is constantly barking.

  2. Moon Willow Lake profile image80
    Moon Willow Lakeposted 7 years ago

    I don't know anything about anti-dog barking devices, but if they are a nuisance, you can try anonymously complaining to the police. This is especially true if the dog makes too much noise during what are considered "quiet" hours at night and/or the morning. I once lived near someone who had several nuisance dogs and neighbors were always calling the cops on her for it.

  3. theivysparrow profile image52
    theivysparrowposted 7 years ago

    That depends on the device. Your best bet is to file a complaint to the police as ANY anti barking device is never a guarantee and usually a waste of money. If you live in an apartment make complaints to both your landlord AND the police, this way the landlord is aware of the problem and can warn them that they may have to get rid of the dog or move, and if the landlord ignores your complaint the police can pay a visit. The last thing a rent owner is going to want is the police constantly showing up. Don't threaten your landlord with the police though or you might be the one who gets evicted. Please also note that any possible harm that could come to the dog as a result of a device that you might use can allow the owners to take legal action against you, so be nice and respectful to your neighbors and there dog and talk to them about it. If the dog is a puppy please allow some grace time, puppies are like babies they will cry a lot.

  4. Lea^ profile image70
    Lea^posted 5 years ago

    I see that it has been a while since you asked your question, but I want to let you know that there are devices that can be used remotely, such as the Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent.

 
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