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    Registered User Hessian's Avatar
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    Let's get real here....
    Wharf,...with you going public, and posting questionably lawful ideas...well, that could be used against you were things to get "Legal." (ie means & motive & opportunity).
    So...in this litigious age:
    A) Camera...and 4000 candlepower spot light. Date, time, etc.
    B) Vets comments...in writing.
    C) Bills for fencing & installation.
    D) Document EVERY conversation you have with him,...even record it for your own clarity & record.

    If ANY illegal act occurs from this point on, call police /Animal control,---ask to meet with them first--provide the evidence,...and document what THEY do.Next: State's Attorney office.

    Any time you start confronting him,...and raising instigation levels...there is a 50-50 chance of you LOSING.
    Keep the odds in your favor! Read Legal codes, cite case law to any Peace officer.
    Good luck.
    Last edited by Hessian; 12-05-2014 at 11:47 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inkd View Post
    A nice refreshing bowl of anti freeze may do the trick. Or if you know anyone that has a paintball or airsoft gun you can keep handy? Unless of course he can see your house and maybe see you light his dog up. I feel for you, that's a terrible situation.
    Awful idea. :( Don't do this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acommondisaster View Post
    Awful idea. :( Don't do this.
    He won't. He's an animal lover and his problem is with the human. And even if he considered it as a possibility, I can tell you right now his wife would go ballistic.

    I think most of us realize that Wharf is just blowing off steam over a frustrating situation, and wouldn't really harm either the dog or its owner. Which is too bad because this guy could use a serious ass kicking.
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    I like the BB gun idea. Avoid the face area. Be sure to hit the owner in the legs or ass.
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    Even though it sounds like you are doing everything right, with your property being fenced, it sounds like you will have to put your dog on a leash to go out to pee, with you there. Have your BB Gun, and a good camera handy. Aim for the meaty parts of the hips. No head shots. Just like Baja said. It's a shame that you are the one that has to make preparations just to let your own pup to go out in her own yard, whereas the neighbor just has to let his dog out, and run free. That's not right. I hope that something good comes out of this for you, and your dog Wharf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    He won't. He's an animal lover and his problem is with the human. And even if he considered it as a possibility, I can tell you right now his wife would go ballistic.

    I think most of us realize that Wharf is just blowing off steam over a frustrating situation, and wouldn't really harm either the dog or its owner. Which is too bad because this guy could use a serious ass kicking.
    You're right, my wife wood go completely postal on me if I harmed the dog.
    As for the neighbor, I'd worry more about my wife getting arrested than me. I'd have no problem having a good old fashion street beat down with him.
    Meeting with an officer today (who's also a client of mine) for a little discussion. Also, have a friend who's going to lend and possibly sell me a trail cam tomorrow.
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    Harming the dog would not be an option. I know Wharf & Mrs Wharf and they are big hearted animal rescue people. Their dogs are their children and are loved and well cared for. Their yard is well cared for and their fence is more than adequate to keep their dogs in. It is a shame that they may have to spend money to keep this nimrod's dog out.
    I am familiar with their sue happy, idiot neighbor, too; and know he does not follow ANY rules; beyond animal control leash laws.
    After going through the crap we endured at our old house, I can say that if one more Calvert deputy told me "there is no law against being an a$$hole", I was going to go ballistic. I know that moving is not an option for Mr & Mrs Wharf. I do hope they find a solution that does not cause even more problems for them. This guy they are dealing with is a true a$$hole.
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    I guess they could sue him for the PTSD they suffered witnessing their dog being attacked so viciously. And dogs probably get PTSD too and needs dog therapy. Slap him with some doctor bills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vraiblonde View Post
    He won't. He's an animal lover and his problem is with the human. And even if he considered it as a possibility, I can tell you right now his wife would go ballistic.

    I think most of us realize that Wharf is just blowing off steam over a frustrating situation, and wouldn't really harm either the dog or its owner. Which is too bad because this guy could use a serious ass kicking.
    I'm glad to hear that. The thought nearly made me sick to my stomach, and I'm not all that sensitive of a soul.
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    I think the electric fence is a great idea. If the dog is at large, wanders onto your property and gets shocked, how can you get in trouble? The fence is, after all, on your property.

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