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post #1 of 22
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Hi, ok here are my nieghbors dogs. In which are cute but evil little things!!! They bite and howl and bark at my window at night. They chase the Mail carrier to where he has complained to the owners and he delivers our mail which is a duplex house.
I have countlessly ran after them and got them out of the street and yelled at them for being in the road and I see people braking fast to miss them. School kids are chased and so are others.
They are left out 24-7 while a new dog is being kept inside which does the same they did, poo and pee in the floor. I some times feed them at night, let them in at night and dry them off when it rains like i did today. I placed several of my own blankets out there so they can be warm.

Your probly wondering whyI say all this? Take a look for your self

AIN'T THEY CUTE!!!!
Austin on my leg Debo on the ground
post #2 of 22
Just reading your post has got me thinking are they purebread? I bet they have some Border Collie in them....that's a working dog, they round up stuff on the range...just like these adorable guys chase after the kids and the mailman!
post #3 of 22
Awww they are so cute!
post #4 of 22
Your neighbors aren't very responsible. Debo and Austin are very cute but they deserve to be well cared for. Thank you for doing most of the work your neighbors should be doing.
post #5 of 22
They are Cute
I would love to have the one that is jumping on your lap.
talk to your neighbours, if they dont compromise you may as well start looking for another home for them.
post #6 of 22
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Originally Posted by yayi
Your neighbors aren't very responsible. Debo and Austin are very cute but they deserve to be well cared for. Thank you for doing most of the work your neighbors should be doing.
EXACTLY!
post #7 of 22
Seriously, I'd say go to the HSUS & www.veterinarypartner.com websites, print out some info on housebreaking, dog care, and responsible pet ownership, and then put them in their mailbox.

If they were bought from a pet store, it may be impossible to housebreak them. But to ban them to the backyard, and then go get another??? ::censor::censor::censor::
post #8 of 22
I'd suggest the SPCA in your area be notified and remain anonymous. Dogs should not be left out 24/7!

What is wrong with people? And some of you wondered why I choose animals over people?
post #9 of 22
They are both cute but I agree with yayi.
post #10 of 22
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Originally Posted by babygirl
They are both cute but I agree with yayi.

I didn't mean to overlook the point, either! Thank you for doing a good deed.
post #11 of 22
Hmmm, my dogs is outside sometimes, but that is just sad. We are working on getting him inside more, but he has a way to get in when I'm not home. We try to keep him out till we learn more housebreaking, so he won't want to come in. Your neighbors don't sound like they care much for their dogs.
post #12 of 22
Can you report your neighbours anonymously to your local council/authority? In the UK, if dogs (and other animals) are not cared for or create a nuisance an anonymous call can be made to the local authority. The owner is then contacted and made aware that their animal is causing a nuisance (or whatever the problem is). If the owners refuse to co-operate the local authority has the power to take them to court, remove the animals (into the care of the RSPCA or some such body) and in extreme cases like cruelty, the owners can be prevented by court order from owning more animals.
post #13 of 22
Top honors for all that you do for those dogs! Their owners have really created a public nuisance. And chasing children may be a game for the dogs, but can be very scary for the child. Usually, children make friends & love to play with dogs - sounds like these ones aren't very socialized. I wonder why your mail carrier hasn't contacted Animal Control? Is your local AC lax? What a burden for you - you have a VERY compassionate heart. On behalf of the dogs, THANK YOU!
post #14 of 22
Oh... THOSE POOR DOGS!!! You are BEYOND kind to help them out!!! I love all animals and this is such a tragedy... To get a NEW dog and leave these ones, untended, outside like that. A long time ago, I had a TERRIBLE neighbor who had two dogs tied out under our bedroom window. The dogs would bark and howl ALL night long. We were getting NO sleep. So, one night, I got REALLY brave and flipped the light on and told my DH "THAT'S IT!! I am calling him RIGHT NOW!!" So, I looked up his phone # and called him at 3am. Well, he yelled into the phone, "WHADYA WANT??!!!" Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeekkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk!!! I TOTALLY freaked out and got SO scared and could NOT make myself tell him off!!! I kept sitting there looking at the phone and not ONE word would come out of my mouth!!! He yelled, "IF YOU DON'T TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT, I AM HANGING UP RIGHT NOW!!!" Sooooooooooo... I proceeded to BARK AND YAP into the phone and right into HIS ear!!!! hahahahahahahahahhaa
A few days later, I DID leave an anonymous typed letter in an envelope stuck in the door I KNEW he always used. I wrote it as a neighbor --but did not give my name or any clues as to which one. I told him we had pets and took care of them and they NEVER were allowed to bother the neighbors like his dogs were doing... (I did NOT tell him the pets we had, at the time were HAMSTERS!!! hahahahaha!! ) He was REALLY annoyed and did go from house to house asking WHO WROTE THIS?? Nobody admitted it, and he DID finally start bringing his dogs inside at night... YAY!!!!!!!!!
I hope you can find SOME way to get around this huge problem--and bless your heart for being so very kind too!!!
post #15 of 22
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Originally Posted by yayi
Your neighbors aren't very responsible. Debo and Austin are very cute but they deserve to be well cared for. Thank you for doing most of the work your neighbors should be doing.
exactly!!! why do some people not look after their animals - it makes me so mad
post #16 of 22
I would worry that because you know they are a problem and help take care of them, if some child gets bitten or hurt you could end up on the other end of a law suit with the real owners. It might sound cruel, but if the owners will not treat their pets with love, dignity and take care of them as well as keep them properly contained or leashed.. call the Animal Cops on them so someone can deal with the situation before it gets out of hand. Generally people are given at least one warning and often times thats enough to get them to comply. If they do not straighten up then they deserve to have their pets given away to a good home.
post #17 of 22
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Yes these two are a handful. Today I had to go outside and untangle Debo several times. I lent them a chain and a collar. I watered them and fed them too. I found Austin with a DEAD bird in him mouth. He wouldnt let got so I had to lift him by the scruf and shake him good. I figured Prissy caught it and Austin took it from her.

My fiancee told me Austin bit the mail man today in front of his owner.

I know those two should be indoor spoiled pups, but know them owners they will never be. THey had one dog before I moved in, a pit bull. In which looked like it had a old bite wound on his neck. They got rid of him and we moved our dogs in.

I have 5 dogs, tryn to find homesa for 2, they are out doors 24-7 with 3 good sized dog houses with our good blankets!!! I gave our old electric blanket to Austin and Debo since they were cold from the rain and draped it over and old couch so they had a nice place out of the rain. I love those two.


Ashley
post #18 of 22
We have a similar situation with our ignorant neighbors. They left their two puppies out 24/7 no leash, nothing. They got into our trash and harrassed our cats and destroyed our property. I took them to the animal shelter one day and two days later one of them was back. The neighbor said to me that she didn't appreciate having to pay $20 to get her dog back. I told her they were a nuisance and since she wasn't taking care of them they ought to have had a chance to get adopted to a loving home. She told me that I shouldn't put my garbage out until morning that way they would not get into it, like that was MY problem. Anyhow I told her if she did not tie the dog up she would have to pay to get it back again. She told me she doesn't even know why they have a dog since her husband hates them. What an idiot. At least now the dog is tied up 24/7 which is not optimal for the dog, but a much better situation for me.

Some people can be so stupid.

If I were you I would take the dogs in to the shelter. They are very cute and would probably have a good chance of getting adopted.
post #19 of 22
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The shelter here don't keep the anmials long. I know it aint no month for a hold.
post #20 of 22
Then find a rescue to take them, I am sure any rescue would agree they would be easy to adopt out.

Unless of course you don't mind taking care of the critters and they don't bother you.
post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by catsknowme
Top honors for all that you do for those dogs! Their owners have really created a public nuisance. And chasing children may be a game for the dogs, but can be very scary for the child. Usually, children make friends & love to play with dogs - sounds like these ones aren't very socialized. I wonder why your mail carrier hasn't contacted Animal Control? Is your local AC lax? What a burden for you - you have a VERY compassionate heart. On behalf of the dogs, THANK YOU!

THANK YOU. The carrier just warns them, but I belive he will do something soon since Austin bit him. The owner seen him do it. Besides that I had to wrestle a dead birs out of Austins mouth. I know they dont get watered and fed good, so I try my best on watering them. They get our left over food so the cats wont dig the trash up. We live by the high school so its the middle school and high school kids who get the chasing.

She asked me if she could place them in the back with my 5, I said no way. I have 2 Puppies who are food aggresive and well haveing them all attack them 2 will be bad. It happend before. Batman, Freckles and twinkles attacked them two. Had to step in and break it up.

I have to find homes for Freckles and Twinkles for the same reason. They wont allow the others to eat. I feel sorry for Rascal my pit mix, he takes a beating from a pappy over food and he is 6 years old!!

Ashley
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by PrissyKitty
Then find a rescue to take them, I am sure any rescue would agree they would be easy to adopt out.

Unless of course you don't mind taking care of the critters and they don't bother you.

Just seen ya, lol.

I, love the critters. I would take care of them ina heart beat. The cats on the othyer hand tore the living daylights out of them. The only thing I could do is build a fence and have a great dog house for them. I cant keep them indoors. Tried it(shhh my nieghbor didnt know I stole them for a few days). . They are excited peeing pups and bite when you pet, really nibble.

IM gonna buy 2 collars and 2 chains and put them in the back yard. I live in a duplex.

Its like a 4 bedroom house split in two by a wall. a small 2 bedroom house. Well You can imagin having to wake up at 6 am to their 2 kids running and yelling and hearing the vibration theough the floor and walls.That bad really.

The yard is just a mess, nothing seperating our yards at all. I have 2 yards, lol. Bigger than hers. I am goning to buy fencing and make it offically our yard sio they pups can have a larger yard. I will post a photo of the horrible housing, and to the this place cost $250.00 a month to rent(needs to be cut to 175 or 200. I found a house larger and decent looking for 200 but someone got it be for we could.

Ashley
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