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    Could you get something like these along the tops of your fences?

    http://oscillot.com.au

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    I am not sure if you have done this already, but I would be checking to see what your responsibilities are in this situation (i.e. could you be held responsible criminally or civily?) and then I would check the local rules with the council. If she isn't following them, then I would report her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    I am not sure if you have done this already, but I would be checking to see what your responsibilities are in this situation (i.e. could you be held responsible criminally or civily?) and then I would check the local rules with the council. If she isn't following them, then I would report her.
    If it occurs in my yard then its just a "**** happens" situation. If my dogs were roaming and did it they can be reported and have a dangerous dog order put on them. My only responsibility as stated by the Companion Animals Act is to make sure my dogs are contained 100% of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandamonium View Post
    Could you get something like these along the tops of your fences?

    http://oscillot.com.au
    That actually may help. Ill have to look into costs. Thanks!

    ETA; Costs more then the fence did
    Last edited by MummaCat; 10-10-2014 at 11:55.

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    Fair enough - I am glad you know where you stand if the worst happens..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    Fair enough - I am glad you know where you stand if the worst happens..
    Have too. Sadly.

    Im more worried about the neighbour taking matters into her own hands.

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    I would also be dropping into conversation with your neighbour that you have cameras in your yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandamonium View Post
    I would also be dropping into conversation with your neighbour that you have cameras in your yard
    That's a good idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pandamonium View Post
    I would also be dropping into conversation with your neighbour that you have cameras in your yard
    Have them just need to install them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmeleem View Post
    I would be devastated if it happened. It happened once before and i bawled. I felt like it was my fault and the owner just went oh ok no worries and walked away. I was left to deal with their dead cat! So he got a burial with all our lost rescues. Yeh yeh i know; weird.

    Being home everyday now and will have a newborn the last thing i want to find is my dogs attacking a cat or even a dead cat they already "played" with. And i guess im super worried about neighbours reaction given ill be home alone also.

    I spose its all a bridge i have to cross when and if it happens.
    You poor thing, I would be exactly the same I have an Amstaff too and he would kill cats for sure (he almost killed one of mine a few years ago). When we moved to our new house I was petrified that our other cat would go into the backyard where he was, not knowing she shouldn't. I had nightmares about it. But luckily she never has. I'm all too familiar with not making issues with the neighbours incase they hurt your dogs too!

    I'm sorry I don't have any advice, only sympathy because I know how scary these situations can be!


 

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