What do I do about the neighbor’s dog that won’t stop barking?

Qué debo hacer con el perro del vecino que no deja de ladrar?

Answer: If you have not already talked to the neighbors about their dog, talk to them and see if this doesn't work.  If that fails, call the Hermiston Police Department day or night about a barking dog.  Should you wish to file charges against the neighbor, you may want to try recording the noise the dog is making, and see if you can also get video.  If you can do this from within your residence, it makes a very compelling case in court.

 

Respuesta: Si aún no  ha hablado con los vecinos acerca de su pero, hable con ellos para ver si esto no funciona. Si eso no funciona, llame al Departamento de Policía de Hermiston día o de noche acerca de un perro ladrando. Si usted desea presentar cargos contra el prójimo, quizás desee intentar grabar el ruido que el perro está haciendo, y también puede ver si puede gravar un vídeo. Si usted puede hacer esto desde dentro de su residencia, hace un caso muy convincente en la corte.

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