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lastingsgriller wrote:well.. you know your dog better than anybody and if you say 10 min is a long time for the dog to bark, than 2 hours is probably out of the question. The fact that they can't even tell you what day it was nonetheless give you an approximate time is very telling. make sure that you keep very detailed notes on any actions or comments made to you about the dog from anyone in the building. Odds are what you have here is A) a resident that does not like dogs or most likely B) a HOA that does not like dogs. If it is within your right to have a dog (not stipulated otherwise in your rental agreement) then you have very little to be worried about. Make sure that you are as proactive as you can be in resolving the situation and save all emails and note all conversations. ask for dates and times and keep up the skype monitering or work on someother way of monitering the dog while you are away. With any luck they will eventually give you a date and time and you can catch them in a lie.
knapplc wrote:I'm guessing your neighbor doesn't like dogs and is kind of a whiner, and thus has exaggerated the situation. Likely the dog is unaccustomed to the new environment and is barking randomly at new noises, new sights, new smells, etc. The dog barks once or twice every 15-30 minutes, but because the neighbor is sensitive to the noise, once or twice in half an hour seems like a bigger deal than it is, kind of like how annoying Lambskins jokes are, so even though he only posts once in a while it seems like he's constantly annoying everyone because it's so offensive.
However, that doesn't stop this situation from being potentially serious. If you can keep the Cam thing going on for a while, and somehow record it and offer to provide it to the HOA chick, maybe she'll start taking your word for it and start realizing that the neighbor is overreacting.
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