Pet friendly apartments are great.
After all not every apartment allows pets, and it can hurt real bad if you have to get rid of your furry companion just because you can’t afford a place where they allow pets. And while I love pets, I myself would never live in a pet friendly apartment. Why? Because I don’t currently have a pet myself, so I’d rather not ruin my sleep schedule. I mean if you get annoyed by the barking when living in this sort of place, at the end of the day it is your fault. After all you are the one who elected to live there.
However, some people are just that entitled. I am sure you have already read about the worst the humanity has to offer. And it seems Reddit is filled with such stories. Although, these stories are not without some well-deserved revenge. Don’t get me wrong, I understand being frustrated for not being able to sleep because of dog barking. But it was his own choice to live there. I myself have had to deal with a similar issue because of some stray dogs howling in the middle of the night and anyone would get cranky because of that. However, this sort of behavior is never justified.
Sounds like a great place to live in.
That is sort of normal. No person can stay at home all the time.
However, I do understand the neighbors side as well. It can be quite annoying.
Although he doesn’t seem like he is going about it the right way.
But they tried to keep the dog calm when they weren’t home.
Apparently that did not work and the neighbor decided to threaten them.
As someone that had a neighbor with a very barky dog, he went about the whole thing wrong. He should have recorded all the barking with times and dates and emailed them to the association as there is likely a no nuisance rule. It sucks but when a dog is barking for 4 hours straight you start feeling bad for the dog. It obviously had separation anxiety and my neighbor didn’t care enough to handle it. She eventually got quite a few penalty fees and evicted because of the barking.
Don’t be stupid and make threats. Follow the rules and document everything. If it continues to fail, escalate and break your lease on the grounds of them not enforcing the rules.
PS. I deal directly w management office not my neighbors, that’s why I pay inflated rent prices, so they can handle the hard conversations.
His mother was clearly feeling anxious about it, so they bought a lemon spray collar.
But things didn’t end there as he called animal control on them.
While nothing obviously came out of this, his mother was clearly feeling paranoid.
So he formed a plan to get revenge on the entitled neighbor.
He had him right where he wanted him and the neighbor didn’t even know it.
As someone who has worked night shift and had to try and sleep in a condo during the day when a yippee dog would bark for 6 hours straight right on the other side of the wall where I was trying to sleep…. I kind of understand.
I never threatened the neighbors or did anything passive aggressive. But my god, I did contemplate murder. Thankfully, it was only a 2-week living situation and I got out of there. I was so sleep-deprived by the end of it I’m pretty sure I cried daily.
But yeah. Noise-cancelling headphones, ear plugs, loud fans, and noise machines work wonders for night shifters in apartment complexes. –knz-rn
This is never the right way to tell your neighbors you have an issue.
He was ready to serve him all the legal documents he had gathered.
And he watched as the anger slipped off the neighbors face and was replaced with worry.
And at the end he got what he deserved.
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