What Is a Nuisance Dog?

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A nuisance dog is a dog that has displeasing habits that disrupt neighbours and the residence living around the neighbourhood. If a dog is barking, the barking must be regular or fairly constant for it to be called nuisance.
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Dog nuisances are those displeasing dog habits that disrupt neighbours and the residence living around the pet owner’s neighbourhood. the habits have been listed in a written act passed by parliament. Many complaints received by the council may be a nuisance in common law,  but legal action can only be taken by the council if the complaint is defined as a statutory nuisance by the Environmental Protection Act of 1990.
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