I went and got fast food for dinner tonight and when I came home I noticed something wedged in my front door. I pulled it out and found this:
Please click on it and read it. I think the person who left this letter was just waiting for me to leave so they could put this in my door without any confrontation. I am the last person to want any kind of conflict, but this just really rubbed me the wrong way.
To whoever sent me this letter: I really don't know where to start here. I'm just very annoyed. Yes, we do have a doggy door. You're not going to convince me it's a bad thing. We lock Zoey inside at night. If there is a night when we are up late, I leave it unlocked until we go to sleep, but if she goes out and starts barking, I make her stop and come inside. If Sam is up early getting ready for work and she goes outside and starts barking, he makes her stop and come inside. Once she comes inside, whether it is late at night or early in the morning, we make her calm down and that is usually the end of the barking. As for her barking "all day long," yes, Zoey barks during the day. Mostly when she hears other dogs bark. So maybe your dog may be just as much to blame as my dog. And this may come as a shock to you, but sometimes there is nothing we can do to monitor this because we go places occasionally and leave the dog at home (imagine that!). As for not being able to sleep with the windows open at night, BULL CRAP. We have been sleeping with the windows open for a few weeks now. This is not a problem because as I said earlier, the dog is locked inside at night. Also, I'm pretty sure "waken" isn't a word, and if it is, I don't think you used it correctly. "Woken" would have been better. Which brings up another point: learn proper apostrophe usage. In my opinion, your poor grammar weakens your argument.
Don't mess with me people, I'm full of pregnancy hormones that make me extra irritable.