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Old 04-17-2017, 07:47 AM
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Well I changed the locations of the outside alarm over the weekend. Last night wasn't in bed a half hour the alarm going off. It sure wasn't easter bunny. It had to be my trepassing thieves for neighbors. I got up lit the whole property up. I didn't find them but they had tp be on property. Its been an on going thing. Its very rural and they are know by Sherrif Office to be on their list.
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How about a big slobbery Pit Bull turned loose at night?
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How about a big slobbery Pit Bull turned loose at night?
An option yes the acreage is chain.link. Been battling this almost a year. The neighbor's use to use our property being the prior owner was only on this property for a month a year. These neighbor use to break in all the time.Prior to us buying. :/
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How about a big slobbery Pit Bull turned loose at night?
An option yes the acreage is chain.link. Been battling this almost a year. The neighbor's use to use our property being the prior owner was only on this property for a month a year. These neighbor use to break in all the time.Prior to us buying.
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Have pictures along with the alarm system. They are worth 1000 words.
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Old 04-19-2017, 04:09 AM
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if the property has a metal fence around it have you thought of electrifying it ?? would not harm them too much but would be a good jolt the first one to grab it to hoist them self over though !!
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Video recording setups are relatively cheap nowadays. They usually come with 2 cameras and a monitor. They are 'night vision' too. More cameras can be added. Since your property is enclosed, maybe a nice doggie let loose at night?
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if the property has a metal fence around it have you thought of electrifying it ?? would not harm them too much but would be a good jolt the first one to grab it to hoist them self over though !!
We have thoughts on power fence. The County says its a no go for main fence.We do have small electic fence around wifes vegtable garden
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Fences, lighting, and cameras are all great, and likely necessary to secure the property. A big dog or two are good deterrents except for those slow learners. I would rely on the formers and keep the dogs inside until you gauge what legal liabilities you may face if a dog chewed on a trespasser in the dark. It seems like the criminals are better at generating sympathy than the victims currently.


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