& # 39; Tell your noisy snot to shut up & # 39 ;: The holiday home owner fires back to the neighbor after he has received a damning letter about her & # 39; barking & # 39; dog in a bitter feud – so who is wrong?
- A woman in Western Australia received a letter in which she scolded her about her dog
- The note claimed that her dog barked during the day and up to an hour at a time
- A & # 39; concerned neighbor & # 39; added that the noise distributed the sleep schedule of her children
- The woman hit back online and claimed that the barking was only for a few minutes
- She said the dog also barked when her son had an attack up to 100 times a day
A pet owner shot back at a neighbor who sent her a scathing letter in which she scolded her about her & # 39; barking & # 39; dog.
The anonymous letter mentioned five complaints about the behavior of the pet, such as barking both during the day and late hours in the early morning & # 39 ;.
Signed by a & # 39; concerned neighbor & # 39 ;, the damning letter asked the Perth woman to take & # 39; action to resolve the situation & # 39; amicably.
A woman started a bitter word war with her neighbor after they sent her a letter in which she scolded her about her & # 39; barking & # 39; dog (photo)
& # 39; I am writing to let you know that your dog is causing nuisance to me and my family by barking / howling / howling, & # 39; the letter began.
In the powerfully stated remark, the neighbor claimed that the dog's barking had disrupted the family's sleeping routines.
& # 39; The dog is barking at the back of the garden that directly supports our entertainment area and children's bedrooms, & # 39; she wrote.
The dissatisfied neighbor added that the animal seemed to bark randomly and would do it under all circumstances.
& # 39; Regardless of whether you are at home or not, barking is constant, & # 39; added the letter.
& # 39; Your dog seems to bark at anything and everything that moves, which means that our children are no longer able to play in the back yard of our house. & # 39;
The neighbor said they hoped the note would allow the woman to address the problem, but the recipient went to a Facebook group in the community to give a scathing answer.
The woman denied the barking claims and said the dog only barks for a few minutes if someone comes home or if her son, six, has a medical episode.
The strongly articulated note claimed that the dog barked until the early hours of the morning and disrupted the sleep routines of the sender's children (stock image)
But she revealed that her child's silent attacks can happen 100 times a day and her pet has been trained to tell her about each of them by barking.
& # 39; Tell your children to keep their mouth shut because I would like to sit in my backyard with a glass of wine, but I can't do that because your loud unpleasant children are always screaming and screaming, & # 39; the woman said to the neighbor in the open air. Facebook message.
& # 39; I have to lock myself up because I can't sit outside and enjoy the fresh air because of your noisy snot noses. & # 39;
The reaction was mixed from other members in the online group, with a commentator accusing the woman & # 39; full s *** & # 39; to be.
& # 39; If your dog barked occasionally, you wouldn't get this letter & # 39 ;, they said.
Another addition sounded as if the woman was just as unpleasant as her dog, but others sympathized with her.
& # 39; Your neighbor is bored and has no life, enough idiots like this, & # 39; said a person.
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