I took on a two week dog sit for a pensioner who had to go and look after her daughters two dogs whilst her daughter is away on honeymoon. The lady told me that she had a 'neighbour from hell' who deliberately walked her two yapping corgi t...
I took on a two week dog sit for a pensioner who had to go and look after her daughters two dogs whilst her daughter is away on honeymoon. The lady told me that she had a 'neighbour from hell' who deliberately walked her two yapping corgi type dogs literally right outside her front door, and window and had done every day for 9 months. This caused Coco, my clients small, and timid, dog, to go nuts every time, and this neighbour continued to do this, even when there was a pathway from her own front door, to the main pathway. So, I put in a few covert button cameras and for 3 days recorded her doing just that, as it had only been only three days and the barking was now doing my nut in too, so i understood the clients frustration.. Then i caught this neighbour, bang to rights, in the act, and decided to pounce.
This is the video of that exchange.
The pensioner client couldn't afford proper cctv, and after I warned the neighbour that I was gathering evidence and had evidence already, ready to give to the council, I ordered, and paid for, a basic cctv system and fitted it. The pensioner isn't back for a week, but since then the neighbour has not come near the house, although she does still stand on the Public path encouraging her dog to bark, basically cos she is a horrible c**t.
Thankfully I have spent the week now in relative peace [the first three days Coco was barking at every noise, morning noon and night, and it was horrendous] and now the dog's anxiety appears to be calming.down and so to, I hope, will Coco's owner's
I know that the lady who owns Coco was at her wits end, so I invested the sponsorship I receive occasionally, and the money I got from the pet sit itself, and invested it in a basic cctv recording system for the old girl. I then fitted it as a surprise for her, upon her return. I hope that when this pensioner gets back, her life, and home, will be peaceful and that she can enjoy her days quietly, with her dog.