This will go on all night. The wife went over and asked them to take care of the dogs, but the owners denied it was their animals. And we said, sure, ok, lotta dogs in the neighborhood and went back to our house, where our office overlooks their yard, and our bedroom is adjacent to same. The next day, we hear the same noise, and I check out the window, and it's their doberman -- no mistake. This has utterly enraged my wife, who hates being lied to, especially over trivial things. After convincing her that beating up the neighbors was a bad idea, I suggested we keep a log of when the dogs are barking and present it to animal control when we get a week or so worth of data. I'm looking for advice on the situation -- these dogs are driving us bonkers and keeping us from getting work done and sleeping. I also want to remain civil and cordial to the neighbors, so I'd also be interested in advice on how we can still be good neighbors through this, especially in the event that we have to call animal control.
Curious George : Damn Dog will not Shut Up. The neighbors have two dogs, one mutt, and one doberman. When they let the dogs out for the evening, the animals will make a circle back to the porch and whine and beg and bark to be let back in.