Tuesday, October 8, 2013

This Week's Barking News Roundup - 10/08/13

Barking dog is stabbed in Hialeah; suspect under arrest

Excerpt: As [the stabber] passed by, [the barker] tried to jump the fence several times. She barked. And barked some more.

And she probably barks and barks and barks and barks all day and all night. Must be fun to live in that neighborhood.

Barking dog leads to man threatened with gun outside Flint home

Excerpt: A man was threatened with a gun after two other men standing in his driveway told him to keep his dog quiet, according to a police report.

No word on whether this dog owner got the hint and, y'know, kept the barker quiet.

Barking dogs get a temporary reprieve

Excerpt: Under the proposed ordinance, complaints of excessive dog barking – a continuous period of 30 minutes or more – could be reported to the county constable's office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Justice of the Peace courts would have jurisdiction over violations. Fines would be from $25 to $75 for a first offense up to as much as $300 for multiple offenses.

Coming up next: Dogs learn how to tell time!

Dog-lover fined and told to part company with more of his 10 barking dogs

Excerpt: He had already pleaded guilty to an earlier breach, which occurred in February.

Let me guess: This guy hasn't the first clue about how to get along with people. So, he surrounds himself with dogs and can't imagine why anyone would have a problem with them.

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