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Old 08-18-2013, 11:10 AM   #21
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Re: What will put a dog to sleep fast?

1.Ask the neighbors if you can take the dog for a run.
2. Put on Cezer Milan type roller blades. 3.Have epic outing being pulled by a dog while picking up chics and getting numbers.
4.Have 3some with new found chics/take photos of girls bent over with e46 sharpied on their azz and post them here while the dog is napping from being exercised.


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Old 08-18-2013, 11:14 AM   #22
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1.Ask the neighbors if you can take the dog for a run.
2. Put on Cezer Milan type roller blades. 3.Have epic outing being pulled by a dog while picking up chics and getting numbers.
4.Have 3some with new found chics/take photos of girls bent over with e46 sharpied on their azz and post them here while the dog is napping from being exercised.


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Old 08-18-2013, 11:19 AM   #23
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:31 AM   #24
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:37 AM   #25
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Have you tried contacting animal control? I had the same situation. One complaint, a few videos from my cell phone, a follow-up complaint and the owner received a $250 fine. They get progressively higher. Needless to say i havent heard a peep from the dog in a year.

I believe they got a citronella collar. I was going to buy one of those high pitch sirens that you aim towards to dog that goes off when it barks but theyre like $100. It was free and easy to file a complaint with animal control.
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:40 AM   #26
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+1 to everyone who suggested calling animal control. There's no need for you to confront your neighbor. The animal control folks will take care of the problem if you call and complain in a constructive way.
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:56 AM   #27
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Old 08-18-2013, 12:02 PM   #28
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dude... don't drug a dog if it isn't yours.

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Old 08-18-2013, 12:17 PM   #29
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Wake them up every night when leave for work and get home.

Call them all hours of the night from a burner phone.

Ask your other neighbors to get involved.

Sound proof your bedroom. Research green glue.

Call animal control stating you think the dogs are being beaten.

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Re: What will put a dog to sleep fast?

Sit outside their bedroom window and scream profanities between the time you call animal control and the time they actually show up.

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Old 08-18-2013, 02:45 PM   #31
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What will put a dog to sleep fast?

Another Benadryl did the trick until now....
I've called animal control but the dog magically shut up when they showed up and the owners played stupid or something videos though, never thought of that, smart call.


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I guess it's a good thing the dog doesn't happen to be allergic to benadryl
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Mike Vic his azz.. Its legal here....
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I just moved to Fort Worth, eight days, and not a single one without that dog barking nonstop


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I hear Chloroform works

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maybe he's suggesting somewhere to go, like "I'm off, to much fun!"

I like the high pitch noise idea, or be more blatant with it, have a decibel meter hooked up to an air horn, if the dog exceeds a certain value, air horn blast attack.

Then set the decibel threshold really low and make the dog lose his **** from having the air horn trigger from even the slightest audible movement of his.
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I have a neighbor with a beagle that they leave in their screened on porch every evening and it just barks for hours. After months of calling the cops trying to talk to them nothing happened.

So one evening I just said fvck it and threw an M-80 right next to the house. Scared the **** out of the dog and owner. Did this a couple more times until he got the message. Didn't worry about repercussions of a pissed off neighbor (I'm a foot taller and he knows I have guns so he won't do sh!t, he's a fvcking pvssy)

Haven't heard the dog out there for more than 10 minutes max every night now. I can deal with that. If it happens again ill do it again. Or file yet another complaint but it seems to have worked.

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I have a neighbor with a beagle that they leave in their screened on porch every evening and it just barks for hours. After months of calling the cops trying to talk to them nothing happened.

So one evening I just said fvck it and threw an M-80 right next to the house. Scared the **** out of the dog and owner. Did this a couple more times until he got the message. Didn't worry about repercussions of a pissed off neighbor (I'm a foot taller and he knows I have guns so he won't do sh!t, he's a fvcking pvssy)

Haven't heard the dog out there for more than 10 minutes max every night now. I can deal with that. If it happens again ill do it again. Or file yet another complaint but it seems to have worked.
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I have a neighbor with a beagle that they leave in their screened on porch every evening and it just barks for hours. After months of calling the cops trying to talk to them nothing happened.

So one evening I just said fvck it and threw an M-80 right next to the house. Scared the **** out of the dog and owner. Did this a couple more times until he got the message. Didn't worry about repercussions of a pissed off neighbor (I'm a foot taller and he knows I have guns so he won't do sh!t, he's a fvcking pvssy)

Haven't heard the dog out there for more than 10 minutes max every night now. I can deal with that. If it happens again ill do it again. Or file yet another complaint but it seems to have worked.
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