Why do residential neighborhoods permit loud ferocious domestic animals?
Why is it that residential neighborhoods have loud ferocious domestic animals in contrast to the quiet non-domesticated animals that frequent backyards? If one is outdoors, the neighbors' pets tend to "greet" us. They become louder as one approaches within 20 feet of the fenced property line.
Unfortunately, if you live in suburbia, your neighbours have just as many rights as you to have a certain number of pets, parties and visitors. However if you contact your local council or government body, there is often a ruling about how much dogs can bark per hour, with stricter rules at night.
If you want to be rid of the barking, the best solution is to live somewhere without neighbours.
I don't think keeping untrained ferocious dogs in a close knit neighborhood is nice. I think the best way to keep ferocious dogs is to make sure they are well trained and they do not back at even the slightest provocation.
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