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Old 04-28-2013, 08:30 AM
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At my parents house:
Neighbors to the left have a Min Pin and a Westie.
Neighbors in front have a Labrador and a Boxer.
Neighbors behind us have a Golden and two Golden mixes.
All neighbors to the right have, as follows:
3 ACD/Aussie mixes
1 Boxer/ACD mix + 1 Chow/Lab mix
1 Chow/Spaniel/Lab mix thing
1 Pembroke Corgi

Those are just the "immediate" neighbors. We have quite a few other doggies in the neighborhood.

At the apartment, no immediate neighbors, so to speak, have dogs. But there is:
A Lab mix
An Aussie mix
A Dobe, Coonhound, and GSD mix
Two Shelties
and I think the landlord has a GSP, a Pittie, and a Chihuahua.
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Old 04-28-2013, 08:39 AM
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Oh and as far as the rest of the neighbors I see.

There's a couple pit bulls. The house across from us seems to have 2 mini schnauzers and I sometimes see a pit bull too? I don't think they belong to the same people though so maybe the pit lives in one half and the schnauzers in the other?

One of my neighbors has 3 bassett hounds, which is kind of unusual for around here. They are walking them all the time.

A young chocolate labradoodle down the road.

JRT down the road.

Several labs/labramutts.
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Old 04-28-2013, 09:12 AM
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The people directly next door have two American Bulldogs and a black Labrador. Not well taken care of at all.

The people next to them (two houses down) have a Chihuahua and a large fluffy black dog - looks almost like a Flatcoat, but it's most likely a mix.

One set of neighbors across the street have a black Labrador, and another set have a Sheltie. Someone down the street has a houndy mix - I'm not sure where they leave but I see her walking the dog every day.
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Old 04-28-2013, 09:14 AM
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Well, over at my dads house, most of the dogs are free roam. It's technically a neighborhood but it's pretty 'country'. So I know most of the dogs pretty well.

There's a bulldog, Lola, SWEETHEART. OMG, love her. Except for she won't go away. She loves us so much that she will just sleep on our porch which makes our dogs nuts if they see her through the window. She's so laid back though, our dogs can be growling and freaking out and she acts like they're not even there.

Zoey the Golden Retriever. Sweetheart. She's awesome because she comes by to visit and say a quick hello, get a treat and then goes back home, haha. She took a while to warm up to us though. About 2 years after we moved in. She used to only like the kids. They also have a small poodle ish dog named Twix. He's always so dirty and gross looking, lol, poor little fella.

Then there's the annoying Labs who are terrible, the owners let them out all the time, and they're obnoxious. Titan attacked Jackson once which was scary. Also gave my brother a black eye. We've called AC on them before. So they can't even control this dog and they got another Lab puppy, Dixie. Ugh. They also have a little small poodle dog, Chloe. She doesn't ever bother us.

The only neighbors who are responsible with their dogs live in front of us and they have a Black Lab, Lucy, and a Pit Mix, Pal. They take them out on a leash.

We're the only people on the street that have our dogs inside a fence, lol.
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Old 04-28-2013, 09:20 AM
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A lab mix to the house south of me. A big chi to the west. And a smaller one directly to the north. The lady on the corner has I "think" a rat terrier. I only ever see it when she brings it out to potty. To the east of me, I'm not entirely sure what they have. The one quick glance I got at them, I would say a lab mix and a shepherd mix. Not the friendliest dogs in the world.
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:38 AM
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Where I live is pretty rural. My next door neighbor has a Jack Russel and no fence except the one between our two places but as his dog is never off-lead and he walks him every day, it is no problem. My horse pen is between him and I so my dogs do not go down to his fence. It is green space behind me so nobody can build there and the people on the other side do not have a dog.

There is one dog just up the road that is chained all the time and barks a lot especially every time I go down to my gate and the people just down the road have a Boxer that is outside but they have a well fenced yard. It barks every time someone walks down the road but that is the only time. The people opposite used to have a Border Collie x Pit but they have moved and the place is for sale but still empty 8 months later.

The only other dog nearby is an old Pom cross and it is hardly ever outside. There are other dogs that do bark a lot but they are far enough away that it is not too annoying. I hate barking dogs so my dogs are not allowed to just bark for nothing.
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:59 AM
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My neighbors to one side are my parents, they have a Rottie, a GSD/MastiffX and 2 Boxers. On the other side of them is a sweet LabX.

On the other side of me is 3 Pit Bulls who really aren't a problem most of the time. But the dogs on the other side of them were, they roamed and fought with others they were a GSD X Akita and a Border Collie and some sort of nasty lab mix. all that's left is the GSD XAkita since the Sheriff deemed the other 2 dangerous.
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Old 04-28-2013, 01:35 PM
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Neighbors on one side have 2 Mini Dachshunds. They bite Casper and bark a lot, but otherwise don't really bother me. If Casper didn't want them to bite him, I guess he would avoid sticking his nose through the fence. Since he does it continuously and has for years, I figure he likes it!

Neighbors on the otherside thank God they no longer have any dogs. They didn't have any when I first moved in and then they got 2. Sassy a little APBT and LJ a Redbone coonhound. Sassy was a game as they come, kill another dog w/o batting an eye. But god was she was a lover of people and you couldn't help but love her. LJ was a good ol' dog and was pretty easy going unless he could smell a bitch in heat. Fathered a good many of puppies. Of course they had to keep some of them. And then get more dogs and more dogs. Left them in the backyard 24/7 with improper shelter, feed bottom of the barrel food, no vet care, no flea prevention. Used them for hog hunting. Sassy could be around other dogs to a point while hunting as long she was let loose with a hog in site, but idiot kept leaving her loose with the other dogs in the yard and it wasn't always a pretty picture.

Dogs died, dogs got lost in the woods, new dogs came, new dogs left, animal control took some, got some back out. It was a never ending cycle. Dogs constantly dug into my yard b/c they wanted to be where they got attention and food and water, toys, etc. Had some really nice dogs. Sassy was sold and then got her back 2 yrs later only to have someone steal her while hunting. Finally got down to just LJ and the last 6 months or so of his life, he lived with me more than them. He had heart failure due to heavy heartworm load and they wouldn't take him to the vet so I ended up with him. Not much to do except give him meds to make him more comfortable. Good food, soft place to lie down. My dogs all loved him so he when it was cold, he was at my house, when it was hot he was at my house. They couldn't get him to eat, but he would come over and eat no problem for me. He was lonely being by himself in the backyard and enjoyed the company of my dogs. Only thing i was grateful for was they found him dead and not me.
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Old 04-28-2013, 02:20 PM
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We're rural - the neighbor southeast of us have Goldens, rarely see them running loose, they stay on their property. Neighbors north of us have mixes but they're usually contained or chained (the neighbor behind them is well known for poisoning any dog that wanders onto his property). Folks further down the road have a couple of black labs, they tend to stay on their property, too.

The idiots directly east of us (set back behind another neighbor) have a bird dog mix, a bulldog and some sort of JRT mix. Rarely see the JRT mix, but the stupid bird dog mix and bulldog like to chase their owners' car (and any other car they see) and then come over to my place and fence fight with my dogs.

Heard screams one morning and ran out to find my dogs had made a big enough hole in the fence to get their heads through and Murphy had hold of the bird dog's neck and was trying to pull him into the yard. Mick was attached to the dog's shoulder. It took Sis and I to get the dogs to let go of the bird dog and he ran home. I didn't talk to the neighbor about his dog getting hurt because he's the kind of a-hole who would come over and do something my dogs, even if it's his fault for letting his dogs run loose. I put up fencing with tighter spacing along the road and that bird dog stayed away for about 3 weeks but now it's back again.

I am seriously thinking about stringing a hot wire along the outside of my fence.
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Old 04-28-2013, 03:00 PM
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Let's see-right next door is a long haired dachshund, sweet dog probably doesn't get as much attention as he should. Across the street a lady, has I think, 4-5 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. She mainly lets them out in her back fence, so not sure of the exact number. There is a golden that's a service dog for a veteran, a dalmatian, one extremely well behaved boxer, 2 other boxer mixes, an Irish Setter, and a handful of mutts.
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