Letter to the Editor - Wednesday, June 4: Dog dramas
IN SATURDAY'S Coffs Harbour Advocate and the Woolgoolga Advertiser there are two articles about situations with dogs. Two were poisoned in Coffs while another person was complaining about dog droppings on a track in Woolgoolga.
Barking dogs during the day and night, some of it non-stop, can get the best of people. Residents complain to the neighbours, council and others that little is done.
At some point the excessive barking wears one down as they can't get a night's rest or are unable to have peace in their yards and house during the daylight hours.
The end product a pet is killed. Whose fault? You make the choice but I can tell you that some owners will not take the responsibility to stop the excessive barking or clean up after their dogs.