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post #31 of 32 Old 02-20-2019, 02:24 PM
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Hey @LoriF Just checking in on the status of the nosy neighbor situation.
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post #32 of 32 Old 02-20-2019, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Well, I haven't seen or heard anything of her since the last episode of the neighbor across the street telling me that she was lurking. It only happens when she's been drinking too much, it seems that is how she operates anyway. She was here twice in one month a year ago when she first arrived in the neighborhood and then this last time. I haven't spoke to the police yet.

I did put up cameras around my home, called animal control to give her a heads up of what was happening and to give her my friends phone number in case anything goes down with the dogs when I'm at work. I also reattached the stockade fence that was partially off of the post like it was pushed off. I think that I might as well get some more cameras that will operate off of the same wireless device so it will cover everything.

I happened to run into a long time neighbor the other day and was talking to him. He mentioned how fast the pup has grown up. I told him that I was happy that she is finally out of her puppy stage as she once had a penchant for chewing on wood and attacked my dining room table chair leg. He said "Well, it doesn't surprise me as you are never home" I laughed and said "I see the neighborhood has been talking" and then added how I see these dogs everyday except for the one day that my friend comes over to see them. I am hardly here, this is true. When I'm not at work I am either running errands or at the farm and the dogs are always riding around with me. Consequently, this is why I have two dogs, I don't think that it would be fair to leave one dog home alone while I'm working. They do keep each other company and get along great. The rest of the time, they are with me.

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