Asshole Neighbors Might Make You Run for the Hills As We Did

The neglected and territorial dog next door barked for 5 consecutive hours to welcome us to our new home the night we moved in. Photo by Robert Gramner on Unsplash

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9X Top Writer. Proud grad of CA public schools. Committed to justice & leadership development. Wife & mom of 2 girls & 2 big dogs. Love to eat almost everything

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9X Top Writer. Proud grad of CA public schools. Committed to justice & leadership development. Wife & mom of 2 girls & 2 big dogs. Love to eat almost everything

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