ok.. i just moved into a new house. and the neighborhood is really nice.. except for we got a drug head that lives next store to me.. and she has a pit and she lets this dog run loose all the time and it is sh****ng in my yard.. its driving me nuts that we dont got a dog and have to clean up dog s**t all the time unless i want my kids to step in it. it has chased my kids and every thing i called the local police and they do nothing about it.. i called them 5 times in one week every time a officer came they said they would give her a fine if they have to come back and every time i call they send another officer.. and they do nothing.. i dont understand why?  i even called the dog warden and they have did nothing.. if any one has ideas please let me know thanks.....

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Vinta...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 9:31 AM

Could you go up to the city hall/courthouse and ask to file some sort of complaint. Maybe they would know who could help.

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Momma...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 11:25 AM

Try calling an animal rescue. The cops won't do anything. That is sad that someone has such a beautiful dog and refuses to work with the animal. Mine is inside right now and my other two are in a fenced backyard where they can play. 

It is her duty as a dog owner to take responsibility for it. Meaning training, fenced yard, keeping the animal warm, love, hugs, and so on. If we let our dogs roam (like my neighbors do with their dogs) then we risk allowing that animal too much freedom with no training so bad things can happen. Like my idiot neighbor who had a dog and then instead of wanting to take care of it she just opened her gate to let it roam free and my poor dog almost got in a fight while he was on a leash because he was protecting me. And when she had that dog taken away she got another one and did the same thing! Irresponsibly pet owners piss me off.

Are you sure the woman didn't just let the dog go? Some of my neighbors instead of taking their dog to the shelter or a no kill pet rescue have just been kicking them out of their home or driving by my house since we have a field behind us and dumping the animal and then driving off. I have had to rescue so many animals because of this. 

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Momma...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 11:28 AM

That was suppose to be Irresponsible pet owners.

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makel...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 2:07 PM I agree with Momma_Halo. Call a rescue group or animal control. If she's not properly caring for the animal, then it needs a chance to go to a better home.

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Mikey
Nov. 30, 2010 at 5:48 PM

did you happen to keep track, dates & times, of all the times the police have been there? if not start doing so. then, after a few more Xs of this back & forth with the police go to the station with your report & speak to the Sargent. maybe then they'll take some action! remind them you have small children that could end up getting hurt. remind them that it's their job to serve & protect your community. if nothing else works go see an attorney to see what your rights are in this case. also, have you tried speaking to your neighbor about this?

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brian...
Nov. 30, 2010 at 8:12 PM

caLL THE COPS OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL CONGRESSman or senator they can probably do somerthing if not 7 online or on you side . go to the website you can write them/

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kerp1960
Dec. 1, 2010 at 12:16 AM

Why DOESN"T anyone do anything?

WHere do you live again that there is a druggie with a pit bull next door? WHY did you move there? The first thing we did before renting or  buying a house was just walk around the neighborhood ---and then check with the school systemsand also with the city hall and our realtor to see if there are any criminal incidents or reports of unruly animals in the block.And ,don't they have a LEASH LAW???  Yikes. We have a leash law in our town. That dog is a threat. You need to do more.And next time, check out the neighborhood FIRST!

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