Jeers



to our neighbors that let their little dogs bark and bark all the time, and who let their little dogs loose. If other dogs can’t run loose, neither can yours. And keep your dogs quiet, no one likes to hear the constant yapping…it’s really annoying! If people go out back or in the front, and those annoying dogs see them there, they will bark non-stop. Have some respect, not everyone likes to hear yapping from little nuisance dogs. And they poop on the lawn while they run loose, and you don’t clean it up. I don’t think you see it, maybe that’s why…but if they weren’t running loose, then that wouldn’t happen. Don’t let them run loose in the park either. Other dogs can’t, so why would you think that yours can?

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