Inconsiderate dog owners.

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    So how many also have neighbors who let their dogs wander unrestrained through the neighborhood?

    I don't have a dog. Love them as a species, just don't have the time to properly take care of one. Which leads to those that shouldn't own one.
    I constantly step on crap and now the one neighbors dog digs under my shed and trailer to chase rabbits. Come to find my trailer a couple weeks ago with lighting wires all chewed up and trailer out of position. Suspected the dog, but no proof. Yesterday I catch the dog in the act. Neighbor sees me putting trailer back on block and comes over to tell me his dog digs there because of small critters under my shed.

    I got real annoyed at that point and responded, "No, its because the dog is allowed to roam despite a city leash law which is stated in the monthly news letter".
    That the dog needs to be kept in his yard and out of mine. Problem solved.
    He actually looked dumbfounded I held him responsible.

    Some folks shouldn't have pets.
     
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    I hate those who insist on having an outside dog and allow it to bark endlessly
     
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    we have goat/pig/chicken/goose crap from one end of the farm to the other


    ergo....fido ain't no thing

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    The neighbors behind him have those annoying ankle bitters. Bark constantly.
    Really wish a Coyote would get them. One roamed through our yard couple weeks ago. Even a local Bald Eagle maybe?

    We have one acre lots here its fairly rural.
     
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    You have too few problems in your life.
     
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    I have other dogs that visit, but those neighbors usually are on the spot to get their dog. They don't damage property either.
     
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    Now I have work.
    Like fixing my damn trailer.

    A Coyote roamed through my yard and I want it to eat the annoying dogs.
     
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    When I was a kid in the 70s, it was common in the community where I lived for people to let their dogs roam. People didn't live so close together that it was a problem.
     

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