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Our backyard neighbors (is that a phrase?) recently added a second chocolate lab to their family, and the puppy is quite the vocal thing... I suspect he's challenging Hudson the wonder dog for her position as Mayor of the neighborhood (though he may just be announcing his intentions to make her his bitch, to use the proper doggie parlance). The thing is, the yappy fellow's bark sounds just like Hudson's, except for the remarkable amount of time he spends letting them fly, and I'm concerned that there may be neighbors who think that it's Huddy who's disturbing them (including occasional late night/early morning concerts). All I can think of is Elaine hiring Kramer and Neumann to take that barky dog 'for a ride' in Seinfeld.

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25. Re: Dogs Sep 15, 2003, 15:24 Atomic
 
I don't know why people who live in cities-or anywhere with a dense population of people living side by side-think they're entitled to some monastically quiet life. One of the tradeoffs of the ease of use of city living is noise.
If peace and quiet is what you want, move to the country where your nearest neighbor is 5 minutes down the road.

I don't know why people who live in cities-or anywhere with a dense population of people living side by side-think they're entitled to show no care for their neighbors. One of the tradeoffs of the ease of use of city living is a sense of community. If you want to live without regard for others, move down to the country where you won't bother your nearest neighbor 5 minutes down the road.

 
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