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Ten dogs in 2 bedroom house howling like wolves

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yes ten dogs 8 of them are younger dogs in a 2 bed house that howl like wolves,will the rspca do anything? not once have i seen anyone walk any of them and they are shut in the house howling both day …
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
yes ten dogs 8 of them are younger dogs in a 2 bed house that howl like wolves,will the rspca do anything? not once have i seen anyone walk any of them and they are shut in the house howling both day and night
will the rspca help or is it a case of if they have food and water all is ok?
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
doubt they will do anything. you say 10dogs is it a litter of puppies?
#2
just ring them, and do it asap because we have a duty to protect, so many people dont think of others any more and then are surprised when something bad happens :thumbsup:
If they are being kept fine there's no harm done.
#3
the RSPCA will come and visit them and check the conditions they live in.

My next door neighbour has two but never walks them, but to be fair you can hardley hear them and they look in good condition. - its a shame though cause dogs should be walked at least twice a day.
#4
no they just seem to collect unwanted dogs! and then tells everyone all about it
#5
Emergency help
If you need to report an act of cruelty, neglect or concern about the welfare of an animal, call the RSPCA's 24-hour national cruelty and advice line on 0300 1234 999.
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Because you have posted on here you have concerns for the dogs/puppies therefore you must ring the RSPCA. let them investigate, at least then if they don't do anything you will be able to sleep with a clear conscience, thats of course if you can get some sleep with all the dogs howling.
#7
ring RSPCA. u have nothing to lose but those dogs may have something to gain
#8
thankyou will give them a call :)
#9
theyve said they cant really do anything about it as not taking dogs for walks isnt cruelty and if they have food and water it isnt cruelty :(
barking and howling is a nuisance but not cruelty :(
#10
Mardyass;5644781
theyve said they cant really do anything about it as not taking dogs for walks isnt cruelty and if they have food and water it isnt cruelty :(
barking and howling is a nuisance but not cruelty :(


Contact local council about noise pollution - they can do something if its really bad or unsociable. Start a diary of dates/times and what you hear. If the owner is a council tenant they will issue a notice if its bad and can evict them if they dont stop
#11
Just out of curiosity have you seen anyone going in and out of the property recently?
Maybe something bad has happened to the owner.
#12
10 dogs in a 2bedroom house - mad,I couldn't imagine having 2 in here,nevermind 10.
You should def report it to RSPCA or something,cos then they chekc the condition they kept in at least.

Shame they don't get walked,thought most dogs needed some kind of walking each day.
banned#13
kaits
Just out of curiosity have you seen anyone going in and out of the property recently?
Maybe something bad has happened to the owner.


If I was one of the dogs I would have nailed the owner and eaten them up :-D

not taking them for a walk, bad owner!
#14
Mardyass;5644781
theyve said they cant really do anything about it as not taking dogs for walks isnt cruelty and if they have food and water it isnt cruelty :(
barking and howling is a nuisance but not cruelty :(

i'd personally be a bit more 'creative' with what you say, then at least they will get checked over by the RSPCA

im sure 10 dogs in a small house in this heat ...with windows all closed... and you havent seen the owners all day...?;-)
#15
hardly see the owners at all,but hear them shouting at the dogs to shut up!
I know some weekends they go away and the dogs are left there but i do see someone else going in and out,i presume to give them food and water
#16
Mardyass
no they just seem to collect unwanted dogs! and then tells everyone all about it


If they collect unwanted dogs themselves then I do not understand why they would be cruel to dogs..:oops:
banned#17
do they won the property or rent it?
#18
its rented from the local ha sassie
#19
marmalade47
Contact local council about noise pollution - they can do something if its really bad or unsociable. Start a diary of dates/times and what you hear. If the owner is a council tenant they will issue a notice if its bad and can evict them if they dont stop


It is a nuisance, but you'll find that most EH departments will not investigate dog barking nuisance - mine doesn't - it's deemed to be a civil matter.
#20
Mardyass
its rented from the local ha sassie


In that case it's probably in breach of their tenancy agreement. If you have a serious problem with the situation report them to the HA.
banned#21
Mardyass
its rented from the local ha sassie


then it will be against their tenancy agreement, contact them and inform them, you are only allowed, two, well i think, but most certainly not 10
#22
moob
In that case it's probably in breach of their tenancy agreement. If you have a serious problem with the situation report them to the HA.


+1

but also ring enviromental health (as my neighbours do so often!) they will go round, im surprised the RSPCA wont call they love to make a nuicense of themselves round here just not going to teh dogs that need the help :whistling:
#23
sassie
then it will be against their tenancy agreement, contact them and inform them, you are only allowed, two, well i think, but most certainly not 10


...is that an echo? :lol: :p
#24
foxymissroxy
+1

but also ring enviromental health (as my neighbours do so often!) they will go round, im surprised the RSPCA wont call they love to make a nuicense of themselves round here just not going to teh dogs that need the help :whistling:


See my post #20 above - I work in Environmental Health.

They may treat things like this differently down south, but I can guarantee the 32 local authorities up here won't investigate barking dogs.
#25
moob
See my post #20 above - I work in Environmental Health.

They may treat things like this differently down south, but I can guarantee the 32 local authorities up here won't investigate barking dogs.


OMG CHEEK im no savaloy eater im a sausage girl!!!

north wales!! to be exact we used to get them quite regular alleged barking blah blahh no proof blah blah, so i got my solicitor to write them a nice letter telling them to only bother me as and when they have proof!!!

(our neighbour doesnt like us btw!! seems shes not keen on lady bottoms either that made her call the police hahahaha)
#26
andrpro
the RSPCA will come and visit them and check the conditions they live in.

My next door neighbour has two but never walks them, but to be fair you can hardley hear them and they look in good condition. - its a shame though cause dogs should be walked at least twice a day.


not always true about the walking i love my dog and have spent over 10k in vets fees,food treats etc but if she could use our loo she would she never wants to go out youve got to drag her out just likes to chill on the bed or couch
#27
foxymissroxy
OMG CHEEK im no savaloy eater im a sausage girl!!!

north wales!! to be exact we used to get them quite regular alleged barking blah blahh no proof blah blah, so i got my solicitor to write them a nice letter telling them to only bother me as and when they have proof!!!

(our neighbour doesnt like us btw!! seems shes not keen on lady bottoms either that made her call the police hahahaha)


My apologies Madam.:whistling:
banned#28
moob
...is that an echo? :lol: :p


it appears to be, doing to many things at once it appears

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