Will someone please shoot my neighbor's dog?

Will someone please shoot my neighbor's dog?

This is a discussion on Will someone please shoot my neighbor's dog? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Subject says it all. Neighbor is nice. Got a little dog for his little girl. Everyone works. Little dog barks all day. No really. Like, ...

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    Will someone please shoot my neighbor's dog?

    Subject says it all. Neighbor is nice. Got a little dog for his little girl. Everyone works. Little dog barks all day. No really. Like, all day. Did I mention all day? You'd think it would get hoarse. No chance. A squeaky bark - all day, all the time, nonstop. Like, all day.
    Being a man of the cloth, it would be in bad taste for me to blow that little fur-ball back to his Maker. It would also be in bad taste to offer a reward for the dog's demise. However, if I left a Lou Alessi IWB snubby holster by the front door the day of the dog's demise, that would just be a coincidence.
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    Record it all day...get some big speakers...play it all night.
    The neighbor ought to be able to enjoy what he was missing during the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    However, if I left a Lou Alessi IWB snubby holster by the front door the day of the dog's demise, that would just be a coincidence.
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    I feel for you. Been in similar situations.

    Does your area have noise ordinances, or are they only for nighttime hours?




    If you were closer, I could use that holster.

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    Sounds like the dog has separation anxiety, big time. It's a lot like panic attacks at being left alone, and they end up with this incessant barking, and damaging the home (or worse, themselves).

    It CAN BE HELPED with behavioral therapy and sometimes, anti-anxiety meds. If your neighbors were RESPONSIBLE DOG OWNERS, they would seek help. Sounds like they're idiots. Ignorant idiots. Maybe you should print out something on separation anxiety in canines, and get a flyer for a local certified animal behaviorist, and leave it on their front door?
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    My close friend, and a member of this forum, had two german shepards next door that barked all day long also. He took his portable phone into the back yard, called the next door neighbor, and when the answering machine came on, he left the phone on the fence rail. Their machine had no auto cut-off, so they got about 3 hours of barking to listen to. It might work for you too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Record it all day...get some big speakers...play it all night.
    The neighbor ought to be able to enjoy what he was missing during the day.
    This works, believe me. I've done it with great results. I played it back while the neighbors tried to enjoy a day by the pool.
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    Goto you neighbor and ask him if you can borrow $50, go out and buy a anti-bark collar then put it on the dog afterwards tell him you are even.

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    Tell you what else would work. Throw a rather large dog in there with the little ankle biter. The owner would return to a new dog in his yard with a satiated look and a case of the hiccups.

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    Have you talked to the neighbor? Maybe that would be a good place to start. Maybe they do not know how to stop this barking. That is where i would start.

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    Have you talked to the neighbor? Maybe that would be a good place to start.
    They might not even know that he barks all day.

    BTW - Dogs never get hoarse, never get sore throats. They can bark forever. That's how they are made. :(

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    I had a problem like yours when I worked 3rd shift. Go to the store and buy the cheapest, largest jar of peanut butter they have. Sams or Cosco is great for this. Then, get a couple of loaves of that thick nasty, sticky Wonder bread.

    Make a mean triple decker PB sandwich. Ball it up and toss it over to the neighbors dog. He'll eat it for sure, and spend the day licking the roof of his mouth instead of barking.
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    Thats one of my pet peeves. If my dogs bark ONCE i go and see whats up, inside or out. Talk with the owner. They may not even know. If they do, then they are just irresponsible and idiots.

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    1) I love the peanut butter trick, I am going to have to try that! Thanks, Sixto!

    2) LEAD POISONING. It always works when applied properly
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