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Old 10-06-2012, 21:09   #146
Join Date: Jun 2011
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I would recommend keeping the dog inside so it won't bark, and then after a week or two talking to the neighbor and letting him know that the dog will stay inside to prevent any inconvenience on his part. I would also tell him that I did not appreciate being sprayed by the hose, and that in future dealings I would appreciate a phone call if there were any issues. That's what I would recommend.

That being said, if he sprayed my dog with a hose I'd kill him a few months later and dump his body in a vat of lye and dissolve his ass. Where did he go? No one knows. "He was always a weird neighbor, muttering about just packing up and leaving."
I'm not a violent guy, but I really like my dog. He's just hanging out doing dog stuff not causing nobody any harm. Don't mess with a man's dog.
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