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I agree. I would send a complaint saying I was being harassed for having a non-existent dog. Maybe all the neighbors would get the picture if they all received complaints back.

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It's a vicious cycle. Sounds like there's lots of tension. Just point out that you have no dog and hopefully common sense prevails!

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I don't know about you, but I know all four of my dogs by their bark! 28 is right, that neighbor would have to be really stupid.

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Well apparently they are that stupid because they don't know that op doesn't have a dog. And I just got my dog recently, maybe ill learn to recognize his bark ^.^

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#60: I have a border collie, my neighbours have pitbulls. His shrill, sharp bark is VERY easy to tell apart from their booming. Doesn't help that he's a border collie, therefore dumb as rocks, so he barks at stupid things (like the windshield wipers in the car). But yeah, most dog owners I know could pick their dog out in a crowd at the park by their bark.

Have them search your home for this dog. They will probably hear the one next door while doing this. And if that doesn't work get a dog and put it in their yard

I think you might want to have a talk with your neighbours; especially the ones with the noisy dog ... & it's never too late to send a complaint back to those who actually deserve it.

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