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Old 09-10-2013, 09:39 AM
 
Location: Prosper
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It's really just a family or two in this area but all it takes is one bad apple!
I'll let you borrow my dog for a walk or two when you move here if you have problems. A 100 lb Golden Retriever really worked wonders on my dumb neighbors in convincing them to keep their dogs inside or on a leash!
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Old 09-10-2013, 09:49 AM
 
Location: North Texas
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There's only one person in my neighborhood who walks her dogs off leash. Before I fully fenced in my backyard, those dogs did come onto my driveway and even up to my patio while I was out there, and I did not think it was cute at all. I reported it to the city but they never did anything about it.

This woman's dogs aren't aggressive, they're more of a nuisance than anything else. Since my gates are closed almost all the time when I'm home I rarely see them anymore, but there have been cases where I opened the gate to take the trash out and those damn dogs went straight into my yard. When I let my dog out later that day he went bananas, whimpering and tinkling everywhere because those dogs had been in HIS yard.
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Old 09-10-2013, 01:37 PM
 
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Over the summer there was 1 guy we saw with 2 very large dogs letting them run loose on the golf course. While there were golfers!!!! Only saw him twice and the next time I saw the guy who runs the course I mentioned it. He knew about it and they had already made contact with the moron and told him to stay off the course. I have not see the guy with his dogs since. Never even saw this guy walking them in our neighborhood so not sure what the deal was or where he was from. Guess he thought the golf course was a doggie park.
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