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Bloody Dogs Next Door

Discussion in 'Get it off your chest' started by Eurosaber, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Eurosaber

    Eurosaber Keyboard Hero

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    Woken up again at 5AM Today because of the dogs next door.
    Continuelly barking from around 2:30 through to 6:30 EVERY night.
    Im not exaggerating.

    We've tried asking but they just don't sort it.
    Is there any futher action we can take?
     
  2. Samon

    Samon Donator

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    Seriously though, it's illegal to allow your dogs to bark so much and at such unsociable hours. It's a crime punishable by fines etc so phone up the council and police and report it. try recording the noise and give that as evidence.
     
  3. Green Job

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    Yeah - you can get a noise abatement order. We did in a place we lived at about five years ago. Report it to your local council environmental health person, they will take you through the procedure.
     
  4. Jack

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    Bark back and pee in their garden. Even if it doesn't work you'll feel better.

    Sent using my Nokia 3310
     
  5. cbrdave

    cbrdave Nuts

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    I got a similar problem, next door lets his two dogs out at 6.30 every morning, little one barks like a lunatic for no reason and after an hour of him screaming at the dog to shut up he then calls them in, had a small word and he announced that 6.30am is a perfectly good time and if he's up and about why isnt every one else!, told him he's being out of order and i am not happy, he then told two other neighbours the same when they complained and when i lost it sunday morning and told him in future every morning he lets his yappy dog out before 7.30am i'll slap him, (not advisable as i got a formal warning from the local plod), after i axplained to the copper he understood the frustration and warned the git, he also said the local council will be a good place to report it so i did, been fairly quiet since :up:
     
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    record all the times this happens,dates etc the council will prosecute them, dont put up with it,inconsiderate ********.
     
  7. Egg

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    Contact environmental health - or at least advise the neighbours that if they don't sort the racket out you'll be contacting EH and give them a timescale of 28 days to get their act together.

    Are you rural? Are the dogs in a run?
     
  8. ths

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    You can get these noise emitters that when the dog barks its get a high end buzz (we cant hear it) should shut it up after a few minutes. Also the guy will never know its happening lol

    edit: or set it that it plays a really really annoying noise which is audible to both man and dog, then when he complains about the noise you can inform the officer that it only emits when the dogs barking :)

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Shnug-Dog...plies_Dogs&hash=item2c62c0b630#ht_2036wt_1396

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PESTBYE-A...plies_Dogs&hash=item35b9203aff#ht_2121wt_1163 <<better one!
     
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  9. Eurosaber

    Eurosaber Keyboard Hero

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    Yeah its pretty rural (Small village) And nop the dogs are kept (Two big lurchers and one small puppy ) shut in the kitchen.
    The barks are like a bass at a club its so loud and booming. Shame on the owners for keepingthe dogs locked up.
     
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    If thats the case RSPCA it and job done!
     
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    Lurchers don't bark, generally...i've had 45 of them!

    Sounds like an irresponsible dog owner...report him.
     

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