JiF Posted December 8, 2021 Share Posted December 8, 2021 Because I dont know what else to do. I guess I could have just like a simple conversation but I dont think it would register because they're clearly morons. You're probably asking, what's the issue JiFapono? Well, let me explain. I own 2 Dobermans. Jackson and Minzi. Consistent with the breed, they're very protective. Especially Minzi, the female, any dogs she sees or hears, sets her off. Jackson, not so much. Just a few dogs in the neighborhood, not sure why but they trigger him big time. Otherwise, he couldnt care less. Well, a couple of the dogs that do are a 2 little sh*t yapper dogs that belong to neighbors 2 doors down. He hates them, he wants to eat them and quite frankly, the couple is weird and I dont really enjoy interacting with them either. Maybe he feels that, I dont know. So here is the issue, these ****ers, walks their dogs in the pitch dark, with flashlights between 5:00-5:30am every morning. These dogs, bark at the wind. So, every morning walking down the street is this couple, flashlights in hand, with 2 dogs that bark their faces off the entire walk....and guess what it does in my house? Holy sh*t! You would think my house is getting broken into. My dogs go ******* crazy and there is no possible way these assholes, dont hear that they set my house off every ******* morning while we're asleep. I'm an early riser but 5:00am? **** you!!!!!!!!!!!! Here's the thing, they can walk the other direction. I'm not on a dead-end street. In fact, if they walk opposite of my house, there is a nice little park at the end of the road that they can walk their dogs around. Now, I live at the beach and if they want to get to the beach, they will have to walk past my house but they don't!!!!!!!!!!! They're not going to the beach, they walk them down the street, cover every angle of my house and then they double back, directly pass my house again!!!!!!!!! My only solution is to toilet paper and egg their house every week for the rest of their lives. Reasonable response? Please advise. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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