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Old 07-10-2012, 02:18 PM   #29
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When my mother in law moved in with us, she brought two 12 year old dogs with her that barked relentlessly. I taught them not to bark in one night. No problem since.
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Old 07-10-2012, 02:43 PM   #30
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Remember, you are paying for a campground site and have a RIGHT to enjoy reasonable peace and quiet, especially during "quiet" hours. I have subscribed to the idea that the campground owner or his/her representative has the responsibility to enforce the rules, incessant barking would be construed as a violation in most any campground that we have stayed. My option to management - either quiet the dogs or move me far away to another site. It has worked for us in the past.

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Old 07-10-2012, 03:21 PM   #31
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It doesn't have to be 'quiet' hours, one shouldn't have to endure any type of nuisance anytime day or night. If your dumb enough not to what the limit is, you'll soon find out from someone. Sometimes you can't fix Stupid but you can get them started down the road of learning basic respect.
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Old 07-10-2012, 03:54 PM   #32
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"Ramblin"......I knew there was more to the mother-in-law story!!!
It is a very effective training method.
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:35 AM   #33
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If the dog is barking while the owners are away, I would let them know. Thats what we did with our neighbor. If it were happening while the owners are present... well I guess it would depend on the situation. Usually you can kind of size up people so you can determine if approaching them would even be beneficial, if not, let the campground do their job.
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Old 07-11-2012, 11:52 AM   #34
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make the annoymous call to either the CG or animal control. If you speak to the parties and they are not "receptive" to your complaint, c.hances are they are gonna know who complained to the CG or animal control and in todays world who needs the aggravation of an angry neighbour
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Actually he's lucky he didn't go any farther. I'll leave it at that
You could have said something like " I wouldn't mess with her ,she's not that good looking anyway"
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I recorded the DW one night while she was snoring loudly ,the results were amazing . I was treated to a recording one morning also.

You could record the dogs barking then play it back over a loud speaker.
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My neighbor had a young Dobbie that constantly barked. Stuck my head over the fence and found out it only wanted attention. A couple months later, neighbor said he found it dead one evening. I think somebody threw some poisoned meat over the fence. Coulda been any one of 4-5 other neighbors.

I would have poisoned his other dog. It tried to bite me through the fence and left teeth marks on the wooden slats. I called the cops and when I showed him, it tried to bite him through the fence. The cop slapped leather. I asked him if I would get into trouble if I shot it. He said: "Not after what I saw". He said I should report it to animal control.

That same dog charged me with his teeth barred when I was walking my parents out to their car. Out of fear, I screamed at it as loud as I could. It ran back into it's yard, only to charge again. The neighbor came out, called it off and apologized.
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Thats what the deal was with my neighbors dog, he was lonely and we have an abundance of dogs & fun going on in my backyard. After talking with the neighbor (who had moved the dog in a week before they moved in) we found out that it had lost its companion dog friend recently and thats why he was howling. I asked what the dogs name was & if it was ok to talk to him & throw him treats over the fence.

I would hope that my neighbors would do the same for me before getting animal control or others involved.
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For $8 you can get an anti-bark shock collar. Buy 4, put one on him each night he barks, let owner take em off and throw them away. Problem solved for $20.
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That's just a euphemism. Kinda, sorta like... I would kick someones butt.

How about: If I ever did poison a dog, it would have been his. Better?
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Don't know if this has been mentioned in this thread but our dog doesn't seem to bark a lot but he sure can't control his licker.
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