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Pound Volunteer

Lexington, KY

#21 Sep 24, 2010
Frustrated,

Thank-you for the follow-up. I'm glad that Randall was able to help. I hope that you are able to resolve your issues with the neighbor.

I'm sorry that others can't seem to understand how frustrating it is to live next to an irresponsible pet owner.

Have a great and wonderful Friday.
Pound Volunteer

Lexington, KY

#22 Sep 24, 2010
Just an FYI:

90-6-29

A Joint Ordinance Providing For The Control Of Animals Within POWELL COUNTY, Kentucky, the City of STANTON, Kentucky and the City of CLAY CITY, Kentucky For the protection of the public, and providing penalties for the violation of the provisions set forth.

Be it ordained by the Fiscal Court of Powell County, Kentucky, The City Council of the City of Stanton, Kentucky and the City Council of Clay City, Kentucky:

Section One
Animals- Restraint Required

All animals shall be kept within the boundaries of the owners' property, or under restraint, at ALL times, provided however, that a hound or other hunting dog which has been released from confinement or restraint for lawful hunting purposes shall be exempt if said dog is wearing a collar providing proof of license and current rabies vaccination. If such a hunting dog becomes temporarily lost from a pack or wanders from actual control or sight of its owner or handler, such owner or handler shall not be deemed in violation of the provisions herein. At all other times, such hound or hunting dog shall be kept within the boundaries of the owner's property or under restraint.

So, in fact, Powell County does have a leash law and one is required to keep animals on their property.
AZA

United States

#23 Sep 26, 2010
SHOOT THE D***
DOGS
Yankee In Hell

Prestonsburg, KY

#24 Sep 27, 2010
Responsability wrote:
Isn't that the kids fault for not picking up his glasses? You need to teach your kid to be responsible. Don't blame it on the dog for doing what comes naturally.
For your information, the child in question is non-verbal Autistic under the age of ten and the yard is well over an acre. You are seriously criticizing my disabled child for his behavior on his own property and defending a trespassing animal and their IRRESPONSIBLE OWNER? You know, I am not from around here, thank goodness, and I now understand why everyone around the country makes fun of Kentucky and why everyone in Kentucky makes fun of Powell Co. It's a reputation you imbeciles deserve.
really

Lexington, KY

#25 Sep 28, 2010
Had an issue with my neighbor's dog trying to bite the sh*t out of me while trying to get in my car to take my child to scouts. It jumped all over my car door and scratched the hell out of it. The neighbors were outside when it happened and took their sweet azz time getting their dog as I did not want to run it over (I thought about it tho)and couldn't back out of my driveway as it was snapping at the tires every time I tried to back up. They had the gall to say it just likes to try to go for car rides with anyone. Called the county attorney and basically the dog will be dead if it ever does it again and the owners can't say squat as it was their responsibility to contain the demon spawn. Went to the neighbors later that evening and told them they need to tie it up better and be with it when it is outside. I have not seen or heard the dog since. At this point I don't have to worry as much when my kids are getting on and off the bus and me getting to my car to go to work. And as far as the glasses issue, it's a NON-ISSUE. The little furry bastards should be on their own property. The child would still have his glasses. Get a camera to have proof to recoup future losses and call like a mad woman every time they step a paw in your yard, regardless if they just pee and leave. Eventually you will bug the hell out of the warden enough that the county will lean on the owners.
Crazy Inbred

United States

#26 Oct 15, 2010
Yankee In Hell wrote:
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For your information, the child in question is non-verbal Autistic under the age of ten and the yard is well over an acre. You are seriously criticizing my disabled child for his behavior on his own property and defending a trespassing animal and their IRRESPONSIBLE OWNER? You know, I am not from around here, thank goodness, and I now understand why everyone around the country makes fun of Kentucky and why everyone in Kentucky makes fun of Powell Co. It's a reputation you imbeciles deserve.
oh really if your kid is atistic why wasnt you outside watching it sounds like more then the property owner was irrsponsibe and you not watching your kids alot worse and with your little comment about ky and powell co i can see why your nieghbors are ignoring you
Seriously

Pikeville, KY

#27 Oct 15, 2010
I hope Crazy Inbred isnt being serious with his/her comments. If I leave twenty pairs of shoes, four sets of glasses and tons of kids toys on my back porch then they better still be there in the morning......cause guess what??? Its my freakin property to do so!!!! Its idiots like this that make me not like dogs and cats! When they go acting all psycho it makes me realize how stupid they are and how ridiculous it looks on their behalf. Pet owners should be responsible enough to keep their pets on their own property and thats all there is to it. They should also be %100 responsible for the cost of any damage done by the pets!!!!!
Heyy

Lawrenceburg, KY

#28 Oct 17, 2010
Seriously wrote:
I hope Crazy Inbred isnt being serious with his/her comments. If I leave twenty pairs of shoes, four sets of glasses and tons of kids toys on my back porch then they better still be there in the morning......cause guess what??? Its my freakin property to do so!!!! Its idiots like this that make me not like dogs and cats! When they go acting all psycho it makes me realize how stupid they are and how ridiculous it looks on their behalf. Pet owners should be responsible enough to keep their pets on their own property and thats all there is to it. They should also be %100 responsible for the cost of any damage done by the pets!!!!!
I think they were saying the home owner is irresponsible for leaving the autistic child outside alone, not the shoes and glasses. Maybe try and read a little closer next time.
FYI

United States

#29 Oct 17, 2010
Crazy Inbred wrote:
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oh really if your kid is atistic why wasnt you outside watching it sounds like more then the property owner was irrsponsibe and you not watching your kids alot worse and with your little comment about ky and powell co i can see why your nieghbors are ignoring you
I can't even understand your post, you have no punctuation and you spell worse than my four year old. I can't understand for the life of me why that person thinks that people in Powell county are intellectually inferior...(That was sarcasm, in case you didn't get it you inbred hillbilly.) Put down the KFC and buy a dictionary!
liam

Mount Sterling, KY

#31 Sep 4, 2012
Dog ordinances are COUNTY WIDE.Too many people believe that the law doesn't apply to them if they live out in the country.

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