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    Default Neighbour's dog in our garden

    That's an incompetent attempt to block a hole... However it's also a **** fence. How anyone can be expected to have full enjoyment of their backyard with that fence is beyond me. Can't see how it wouldn't be the owners job to help fix it
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    I think all the rain/storms has probably made it worse, we've had rivers running down the slope back there! But both homes were built to rent so unfortunately done very cheaply with many corners cut.
    DS ran in to tell me he could see them out there fixing it, about 5pm just as it was getting dark! Let's hope they're using chicken wire or something. Will see in the morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    That's an incompetent attempt to block a hole... However it's also a **** fence. How anyone can be expected to have full enjoyment of their backyard with that fence is beyond me. Can see how it wouldn't be the owners job to help fix it
    As happy as I am that an owner is allowing rentals with a pet surely if you will allow pets you (as an owner) would ensure the property is suitable for pets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    As happy as I am that an owner is allowing rentals with a pet surely if you will allow pets you (as an owner) would ensure the property is suitable for pets.
    Yes I agree.

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    Job done. Hurray! Hopefully that's case closed :-)
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