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Woman Whose Dog Almost Died Of Neighbor’s Lack Of Parenting Gets Support From Redditors

I know that you are going to live with a lot of neighbors throughout your lives. Some of them are good, but some are frustrating and hard to get along with. But, have you ever found yourself losing something you love (or valuable properties) due to your neighbor’s carelessness?

This woman has experienced something similar, and she is now having to make a tough decision whether to sue her neighbors and lose them or forget everything they have caused to her dog.

In a post that attracted 2.1K upvotes, OP (original poster) shared with you her story. She had two dogs and a fence in her yard. The neighbor kids living behind her house liked her dogs so much, although they never had pets and their parents never taught them how to treat dogs. But, it seemed that these parents didn’t really care about educating their kids on what to do and what not to do.

Then one day, one of OP’s dogs got sick and had to be hospitalized. The scans detected a 6 inches long object that blocked his intestines. Having the emergent surgery on time, the dog was saved, but OP still didn’t know how to let her neighbors know that their kids almost killed her dog.

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Since it was posted on Reddit, the post became the center of the internet with a lot of people coming to give OP helpful advice in her situation. Here are some of their responses.

#1 This user suggested that OP speak to the parents

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#2 Sue them!

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#3 This person shared her own experience

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#4 Can’t find more helpful advice

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#5 When it comes to teaching kids, make sure you manage to make them follow what you say

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To read more replies, please click here. Do you have any advice for OP? Please share with us in the comment.