I informed my neighbor in October, November and December I was replacing my fence . I told her because she started breeding pit-bull earlier in the year and I needed her to restrain the dogs until the installer finished her side of the fence. She agreed until the day the installer arrived and he got upon the fence to inspect it and a pit-bull jumped up and almost took his nose off. My neighbor's son stood there laughing at the installer. The installer told the son that he was taking the fence down and replacing it within three days. The installer started on the opposite side and on Thursday he asked me to ask my neighbor again to restrain her dogs because he would be completing that side the next morning. The next morning the dogs were still there animal control was called and six dogs were taken away and the fence was completed but since then I have been constantly harassed, soil stolen off my plants, plants poison. dogs barking for hours at a time, garbage can run over, bush backed over and other things. Every time I leave my house and come back something else has happened this has gone on since January 1st . I report the dogs barking to animal control It is very stressful
Wow what a nightmare seems like you doing whatever you can calling animal control. Perhaps see what protective devices you can employ to keep the dogs out,like stun gun or electrical fence ask the control officer.
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This is long past an animal control issue; it is harassment. IF you can afford surveillance cameras, get them (nothing wrong with a home security system); at the very least, some discretely placed game cameras should suffice.
Use the evidence to seek criminal harassment charges.
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