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Old 07-08-2012, 08:37 PM   #15
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Refer the the post "Are You Armed". I'm not a large or young fellow, if you threaten me bodilly harm. I won't even get into it.
I'm not so young anymore myself, just don't get intimidated by bigmouth blowhards. I'm pretty good at assessing situations.
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Old 07-08-2012, 08:48 PM   #16
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We use a Dazer II ultrasonic device for e neighbors dog if it barks. Helps. Keeps our car from misbehaving at night as well. May not work for you, but does for us. Amazon.com: Dog Dazer II Ultrasonic Dog Deterrent: Pet Supplies

You have to be at a fairly close distance to the dog to get the benefit.
What on earth is your car doing misbehaving in the middle of the night?
Perhaps you meant cat?
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Old 07-08-2012, 09:18 PM   #17
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Tape record the barking dog and play it back at all hours over the phone or in person..
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Old 07-08-2012, 09:19 PM   #18
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Cat, yes. The joy of auto-correct.
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:14 AM   #19
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Thanks for the suggestions. At the sticks and bricks house the neighbors are well aware that we are not thrilled with the dog. They seem to think any of the methods we suggest to them are not humane. He is 86 and my best buddy (I am 54) so he gets it but does not have his DW and daughter in his corner on this I am guessing.

I would love to try the electronic devices like the bird house gadget or dog dazer but it really isn't fair to our two dogs that behave.

This dog is a Yorkie I think. All of about 6lbs and possibly the dumbest dog I have ever seen. Not sure it even knows its name

wanderso, does the Dog Dazer work? One of the guys at work had one many years ago and he let me try it. Can't say at even close distance it did much except give me a headache. I could not hear it. Some dogs looked bothered others not so much. We worked at many homes and came in contact with hundreds of dogs. Only about three times was I ever attacked. Only had the dazer for a few days though.
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Old 07-09-2012, 07:57 AM   #20
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Mainly the Dazer gets their attention. It doesn't hurt their ears or cause any damage. It is more of a training "get attention" device. For us and a friend that borrowed the Dazer, it works, but as you will see on Amazon reviews it is hit or miss depending on the dog(s) involved.
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I feel it best not to make any contact with the neighbor, personally I would just live with it but I'm not saying that you have to. I just don't like conflict especially with a neighbor but if necessary I guess complaining to someone anonymously would be my choice. I have alot of tolerance when it comes to neighbors because there might be things that I do that bother the neighbor that I am not aware of.
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Around 11am I'm taking our dogs out for a walk, her husband gets in my face screaming to stay off his lot and that I threatened his wife.
In days of old before I got bold the phone number at work was 9-1-1.

You can guess how many stories not all that far removed from this I've heard.

When you went to the office, you did the right thing. You should have gone back to the office. WHY,, Well, the answer is what I quoted.

You are lucky he did not take some more physical action against you.

Like I said: I had coffee with a security manager, Problem solved. (Well, greatly improved).
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No tellin' what she told him.
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HaHaHa, I like the duct taped dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111
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HaHaHa, I like the duct taped dog!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111
Duct tape'll fix dam-near any problem, I've found.
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I like the duct taped dog missing vocal cords.
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In days of old before I got bold the phone number at work was 9-1-1.

You can guess how many stories not all that far removed from this I've heard.

When you went to the office, you did the right thing. You should have gone back to the office. WHY,, Well, the answer is what I quoted.

You are lucky he did not take some more physical action against you.

Like I said: I had coffee with a security manager, Problem solved. (Well, greatly improved).
Actually he's lucky he didn't go any farther. I'll leave it at that
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