Hi. A neighbor complained about my dog's barking once last summer. He said that he works odd hours and my dog's barking interrupted his sleep.
My dog barks on occasion but it is at a MINIMUM because I can't stand to hear it myself. She is outside long enough to go potty and run a lap or two. I do everything I can to keep her quiet and if she ever barks, it is rare and short lived. Out of the blue this same guy calls my house (!!) and leaves a voicemail about how he "politely" asked me to control my dog and that he is again "politely" asking me.
What on earth do I say to this man to get him to leave me alone? There is no way on earth any dog is quiet 24/7 and I can assure you as I'm a fan of quiet myself, she is not a barking nuisance! He's DEMANDING something ridiculous. It's as if he expects the whole neighborhood to be quiet to suit his schedule. I'm probably one of the quietest neighbors!!!
Asked by Anonymous at 3:15 AM on May. 20, 2009 in Pets
Perhaps you can print off some information about sound proofing his bedroom and politely leave it on his door step. Expecting a dog to be totally silent is just ridiculous. If you need that kind of quiet, buy a house out in the country. Geez.
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