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(KSBW Monterey)   Neighbor's dog annoys you with its incessant barking. Do you A) discuss the issue with the neighbor; B) file a report with the proper authorities; or C) abduct the dog from the neighbor's yard and release it miles from home?   (ksbw.com) divider line 148
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2014-02-11 07:17:26 PM
Having done "A)" to no avail, and "B)" not being an option due to there being no "proper authorities" for such a thing in the area.. "C)" seems preferable to shooting or otherwise maiming it... (or having to continue listening to the blabbering mutt...)
 
2014-02-11 07:31:11 PM
Dogs bark. Don't blame the dog, blame the asshats who leave their dogs outside too dam long.
 
2014-02-11 07:36:11 PM
blaming this/that doesn't fix the problem. doing away with the source of the issue does.
 
2014-02-11 07:46:42 PM
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2014-02-11 08:45:00 PM
Depends on what we mean by "release it miles from home".
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2014-02-11 08:50:20 PM

AverageAmericanGuy: Depends on what we mean by "release it miles from home".
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why not both?
 
2014-02-11 08:53:03 PM
Would never do this, but have considered it with the dogs in the neighborhood who NEVER shut UP!
 
2014-02-11 08:54:10 PM

Olo Manolo: AverageAmericanGuy: Depends on what we mean by "release it miles from home".
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why not both?


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2014-02-11 09:01:40 PM
Much dognapping. Wow.
 
2014-02-11 09:43:37 PM
Burn down the neighbor and hang his house.
 
2014-02-11 09:47:08 PM
I don't condone this, but I understand the impulse.
 
2014-02-11 09:48:29 PM
This is actually pretty tame considering the alternatives. Neighbors are probably assholes that would pick a fight and then tell their whole family to act as witnesses saying you started it. Or, the cops show up and shoot the dog under the "it was threatening me with a squeaky toy" defense. Taking the mutt to the woods is the best option.
 
2014-02-11 09:49:19 PM

Olo Manolo: blaming this/that doesn't fix the problem. doing away with the source of the issue does.


I agree. Casino the neighbor. Enjoy delicious corn next season with the dog.
 
2014-02-11 09:49:37 PM
Note to dog-owners, socialize/train your dogs properly or don't have a dog.
 
2014-02-11 09:49:41 PM
Uh oh, I hope BDouble0100 didn't finally snap and abduct the annoying neighbor dog...
 
2014-02-11 09:50:13 PM
Is dog a euphemism for neighhbor's child?
 
2014-02-11 09:50:22 PM
felony grand theft

Grand theft is committed when the value of stolen property exceeds $400.

Huh, only $400.  I guess that's feasible.
 
2014-02-11 09:50:39 PM

Olo Manolo: blaming this/that doesn't fix the problem. doing away with the source of the issue does.


So the neighbor with the barking dog should be able to take out the whiner. Problem solved.

/oh, that's not what you meant?
 
2014-02-11 09:53:26 PM
I think "abduct" kinda requires a human; otherwise, it's simply theft.
 
2014-02-11 09:53:32 PM
That's horrible.  Everyone knows most dogs can find their way back home, over a few miserable miles.
 
2014-02-11 09:55:18 PM
Had to look to see what state. Got no sleep all night or all day--neighbor has a loose dog that apparently just runs laps down our street at night. We have 3 (basset, treeing walker coonhound, and a jack russell), neighbor has 7-8 beagles (3+ on the other side of the wall my bed is against) and 2 small yappy dogs, and the end of the street has at least 4 more dogs. I actually went to see if I remembered how to use a BB gun midday it was so bad. It didn't work anymore so I went with rum instead.

Really hoping we don't have a repeat tonight.
 
2014-02-11 09:56:47 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Olo Manolo: blaming this/that doesn't fix the problem. doing away with the source of the issue does.

So the neighbor with the barking dog should be able to take out the whiner. Problem solved.

/oh, that's not what you meant?


You sound like a great neighbor to have. I don't mind my 15 unkempt children screaming all day as they run around outside shiatting all over my lawn, so I can only assume if you were my neighbor you wouldn't mind me letting them do the same to yours.  You wouldn't turn out to be whiner about it, now would you?
 
2014-02-11 09:56:48 PM
Yeah, we'll you've got that parrot!
What parrot?

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2014-02-11 09:57:07 PM

doloresonthedottedline: Had to look to see what state. Got no sleep all night or all day--neighbor has a loose dog that apparently just runs laps down our street at night. We have 3 (basset, treeing walker coonhound, and a jack russell), neighbor has 7-8 beagles (3+ on the other side of the wall my bed is against) and 2 small yappy dogs, and the end of the street has at least 4 more dogs. I actually went to see if I remembered how to use a BB gun midday it was so bad. It didn't work anymore so I went with rum instead.

Really hoping we don't have a repeat tonight.


Who the Christ do you live next door to, the Bumpuses?
 
2014-02-11 09:58:30 PM

doglover: Burn down the neighbor and hang his house.


I'll light the pitchforks if you feather and tar him.
 
2014-02-11 09:59:26 PM
Paging ITG's. Come in, ITG's.
Over.
 
2014-02-11 10:01:05 PM
I'm not saying what he did was right, I'm just saying - I understand - Chris Rock
 
2014-02-11 10:01:43 PM
fusillade762: Much dognapping. Wow.

Such disappear. So murder.
 
2014-02-11 10:03:30 PM
The farking kids next door are annoying as shiat. I would love to disappear them in the deep woods. Dog barking I can usually ignore.
 
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2014-02-11 10:05:22 PM

Savage Belief: This is actually pretty tame considering the alternatives. Neighbors are probably assholes that would pick a fight and then tell their whole family to act as witnesses saying you started it. Or, the cops show up and shoot the dog under the "it was threatening me with a squeaky toy" defense. Taking the mutt to the woods is the best option.


I agree. I have negligent pet owners as a neighbor and it gets extremely annoying when they leave their big Black Lab outside with him barking for hours on end. I would never harm an animal, but I have actually thought of doing what this guy did. Hell, maybe a better family will find the dog. Take care of your pet or someone else will.
 
2014-02-11 10:06:01 PM
There was one incident I read about in Hollywood where the dog was kidnapped, an operation was done to the dog to make it mute, and then released back in his home yard.
 
2014-02-11 10:08:33 PM
If your dog is outside barking, you bring it inside

Whats so hard about that?
 
2014-02-11 10:08:49 PM
I wish my neighbors had done this with my family's dog back in the day.
 
2014-02-11 10:09:55 PM
When the neighbor's dogs are loud, you have to get louder dogs. Like coonhounds and bloodhounds, the sort that bay and bugle. And take them for walks at night so they can "sing" in harmony in front of the neighbor's house. It's a win/win no matter what: they will shut up their dogs, and/or you'll be stuck with small couch potatoes.
 
2014-02-11 10:11:15 PM
I dnrtfa but Im guessing the guy bragged about it on FB or taunted the neighbor that he had done it , if younare going to assist someones pet in running away you say nothing and know nothing.
 
2014-02-11 10:12:29 PM
Having had annoying dogs live next door to me I can only say this. If your dog bothers your neighbours and you do nothing about it like a good neighbour/owner whatever happens to that dog afterwards is on you.

owner should be thankfull the dog didn't get released in chinatown.
 
2014-02-11 10:14:29 PM
Wow, people around here are mean and stupid.

Dogs can find their way home if they can smell it. If you put them in your car and drive them to an unfamiliar location miles from where their home is, they have about as much hope of finding their way home as if someone put YOU in a car and dropped you in the middle of a featureless desert without your cell phone. So at best, the dog will wander around till some kind person finds it. More likely, it will either starve or be hit by a car.

If you hate the dog that much, at least be decent enough to kill it outright. Don't be a coward and let some stranger in a car do it for you.
 
2014-02-11 10:19:04 PM

Olo Manolo: Having done "A)" to no avail, and "B)" not being an option due to there being no "proper authorities" for such a thing in the area.. "C)" seems preferable to shooting or otherwise maiming it... (or having to continue listening to the blabbering mutt...)


This.  Generally neighbors who don't realize their barking dogs are annoying aren't going to change anything on request. I had a neighbor that would tie up her dog on her apartment patio and go out overnight and leave the dog whining and yelping all night. I asked her if she could keep the dog inside and she said no.  One night I went down and took the dog up to my apartment to see if it would relax and shut up, but it just wandered around whimpering and I was afraid it would poop on my floor so I put it back.
 
2014-02-11 10:21:56 PM
When I was little, my parents did this to our next-door neighbor's dog after it killed our three rabbits.  My dad took it (with pet-rabbit blood still all over it's face) from our yard and drove it miles away. The dog was a pain in the ass and so were the neighbors. The dog ended up being found a few days later by the owner, who happened to be out in that area on one of his long-ass runs that he enjoyed - he had no idea how the dog ended up so far away.
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2014-02-11 10:24:05 PM
A few years ago, I held a neighbor's dog for a few days.  They never watched it or played with it and it just generally ran around being a trouble maker and looking for attention and food.  One day I got sick of it and I took the dog.  I removed his collar, stuffed it in his owner's mailbox and hung out with with the beast.  I fed it, played with it, cuddled it, walked it around the neighborhood even.  After about a day posters went up with pleading messages and offers for a good reward.  I waited a few days, then I simply opened the door and it went home.

You wouldn't believe how attentive those owners were after that.  I never heard it barking and begging for attention.  It was walked several times a day, supervised.  It looked very happy.

It was a crime and I should feel much worse about it than I do.

/fark is not my personal confessional.
 
2014-02-11 10:27:08 PM
Olo Manolo: Having done "A)" to no avail, and "B)" not being an option due to there being no "proper authorities" for such a thing in the area.. "C)" seems preferable to shooting or otherwise maiming it... (or having to continue listening to the blabbering mutt...)

Spot on. I have yet to encounter a responsible dog owner of obnoxious, barking dogs. If the dog misbehaves, it's because the owners didn't care enough to properly train / restrain the dog.

FTFA: Dalton said she thinks Perkins took her dog because he claimed Candy Cane was barking a lot.

Yup. That's exactly it.
 
2014-02-11 10:27:54 PM

semi-ok: When I was little, my parents did this to our next-door neighbor's dog after it killed our three rabbits.  My dad took it (with pet-rabbit blood still all over it's face) from our yard and drove it miles away. The dog was a pain in the ass and so were the neighbors. The dog ended up being found a few days later by the owner, who happened to be out in that area on one of his long-ass runs that he enjoyed - he had no idea how the dog ended up so far away.
csb


You know dogs consider rabbits prey.

And where were these rabbits that they were not protected by a cage?
 
2014-02-11 10:29:27 PM

gadian: It was a crime and I should feel much worse about it than I do.


Don't feel bad at all. You did nothing wrong.
 
2014-02-11 10:32:15 PM
Yes, I know, and they were in a large, fenced-in cage.  Also, I did not do this to the dog, remember; nor do I condone such actions.. just sharing a story that had no point, other than its vague relevance to the subject of this thread.
 
2014-02-11 10:32:47 PM
My nemesis (for the last 8 years)-
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2014-02-11 10:32:51 PM
Xylitol is poisonous to dogs...you know, the stuff in gum. Just sayin
 
2014-02-11 10:33:31 PM
This A) B) C) is old...
 
2014-02-11 10:34:32 PM
Parabolic reflector. Aim at neighbor's bedroom/livingroom/doghouse. Maybe along with a cheap cardboard sign printed with "Please, shut your dog the fark up as you now, will not get any sleep".
 
2014-02-11 10:34:51 PM

Contrabulous Flabtraption: Xylitol is poisonous to dogs...you know, the stuff in gum. Just sayin


Must be in high doses, because my idiot coonhound likes to steal pre-chewed gum from uncovered trash cans.
 
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