Neighbour’s Dog

Neighbour’s Dog

Not barking but howling

—continually—

killing me cruelly

with his h———o———w———l.

8 thoughts on “Neighbour’s Dog

    1. Yep, I admit to hating this particular dog. It’s a poor creature, he hardly gets any attention from the owners, he is disobedient and he howls a lot. A lot. I can’t help hating him for his howling 😦 I do love dogs normally though.

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        1. I am sorry for the dog, but I doubt there’s anything anyone could do — the neighbours clearly do not consider it mistreatment when they don’t pay attention to their dog. Sadly, it’s a very common attitude in the rural areas here, where animals are not thought of as pets but rather as livestock.

          I have troubles enough trying to convince my grandparents not to mistreat my cats — they feed the cats human food leftovers and whatnot and they just wouldn’t listen to me or even believe me when I tell them, for example, that cats mustn’t be given cow milk because they can’t digest it…

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          1. We do feed our dogs sometimes left overs, well used to, but teddy has such a sensitive stomach he has to eat gastro sensitive specialist food form the vets which cost us a fortune he is the most expensive dog we have ever had, complete nightmare though we love him lots.

            Its very sad about that dog, very sad indeed, but I guess that is how things go sometimes, they used to be like that in Spain where my dad used to live x

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          2. Please don’t be too upset about that dog of my neighbours, I didn’t mean to disturb you… At least, the dog has a shelter and is fed, so let’s keep it at this…

            Your Teddy competes with my mom’s dog in the expenses — mum has a cross-breed of dachshund and god know what and the poor creature has constant health issues too. Still, they are our pets, right? 😀

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          3. Hehe, you’ve forgotten about the dog!! That’s actually good 😉 Yep, you’re right, one must know when one has pets enough; I myself know I’m not having more than two cats too.

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