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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaM View Post
    There are these things you can buy specifically for neighbour's dogs barking. It's one of those devices that emits a high pitched sound every time the dog barks. Basically you set it up in your yard close to the offending neighbour's yard. Try googling stop neighbour's dog barking. There are various types of these devices out there. I've never tried them but it's what I would do.
    http://www.amazon.com/PetSafe-Outdoo...s=petsafe+bark

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    Thanks everyone. So far from 5am today the stupid do has barked for almost four hours in total. Completely over it!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Thanks everyone. So far from 5am today the stupid do has barked for almost four hours in total. Completely over it!!!!
    I feel for you - it's quite torturous when they get on a roll and bark for hours

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    Dealing with the same issue except we have chronically barking dogs at the moment on not one, not two, but all THREE sides of us. One we've had ongoing discussions with our neighbours who have tried a few things and finally moved their huge loud dog to the other side of the yard which seems to have worked. The neighbours on the other side bought a large dog as a pup when pregnant with their first baby (WHY oh WHY do people do that I'll never know) then the moment bub is born they can't walk it or give it attention anymore so it barks constantly now. They're trying but tbh it's not improving and they have lots of other stuff going on with bub and the house so aren't really dealing with the issue. And the neighbours up the back have two very small, very yappy dogs that go bananas every morning between the hours of 5.30-7-30. Lord only knows why?!

    So yeah. I feel ya !


 

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