This post is not a good candidate for a revenge issue. You should keep
working with your landlord and try to solve the problem. I would hate to
see the dog taken away from the owners and placed in the local pound,
only to be put on death row.
New Brunswick, NJ
I've had good luck so far in breaking my neighbor's dog of barking by
calling her every time the dog begins a rampage. It's not harassment, as I
have always shown genuine concern in telling her "I think something's wrong
with your dog. He's barking like crazy!" This worked for about a week
before she stopped answering the phone. Step 2? The "panic button" for a
car alarm. When the dog goes off, so does the car alarm. Strange
coincidence. After a week of this, she started answering her phone again.
The neighbor's still a pain in the ass, but the dog's alot better behaved.
Best of luck to you and hopefully, a good night's sleep.
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