My neighbors have a few dogs that are not fed the way they should be.They have lived here for about 7 months and I waited for them to change but havent.It ver yhot here and they usually dont have any water or food.I finally called the pound yesterday,I guess they came out and warned them bc I heard them talk ing saying "they called the poound" One of the ogs is loose and eats the trash! .They were called once for excessive barking and got a warning for that...Im nervous now that the neighbors will find out it was me.We are kind os friends but not great,I know they cant safford to feed the animals either. The shelter told me they dont tell who called but they did aske my ph.# and name.Im so nervous.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:55 PM on Sep. 4, 2009 in Pets
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Answer by armymum1013 at 6:35 AM on Sep. 6, 2009
If you are friendly with the neighbors...why not address them personally? I mean you are feeling scared because you will be found out...but a friendly conversation may have done the trick. Some people get animals and don't realize the kind of care they require...a cute puppy and a large dog are two different things all together...I've worked in a vets office and seen truly neglected animals...and it's sad, but part of being a friendly neighbor is being an honest neighbor. If the dogs are barking and getting on your nerves...just say so. If you think they need a vet...say so...just approach them from a friendly and helpful place Let each other know what is goin on...and offer whatever help you are willing to give. Either by putting out the food and or water, or giving them a lift to the shelter to let the animals go. I hope the dogs get the help they need, and that you and your neighbor continue to be friendly.
Answer by Cheapsk8mom at 9:40 AM on Sep. 6, 2009