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Leigh3212 --- 9 years ago -

So just want to rant for a minute. So my husband and I are in our bedroom with our dogs when we hear our blinds start moving. Then we hear our door to our backyard open. Looking into our backyard, there are 3 firefighters in our backyard with a ladder. Didn't knock, just came into our backyard, shoved our dogs into the house, and slammed our door. (My dogs will lick you to death-not dangerous at all). After they leave, they leave my gate open, letting my 7 month old husky out. Someone almost hit her in the parking lot. They also took down the fencing between our yard and our neighbors, so I had to break up a fight between our other dog and our neighbors.

I get it was an emergency, but it turns out the neighbors door was open and they hadn't checked. The management was waiting to let them into the home, so there was no need to come into our yard. I'm just upset that my puppy, who is in training to be my husband's service dog, was released without our permission. They made no attempt whatsoever to say they were coming in or to be respectful enough to keep our yard as we left it. Uggggh 

CivMP --- 9 years ago -

you wouldnt be complaining if it was your life they were saving. 

~ * ChIcKaDeE * ~ --- 9 years ago -


AnniRay --- 9 years ago -

It wouldn't hurt to call the fire department and see if they're neglect was excusable. I mean, I would have freaked out. What if you were gone and left a babysitter there with small children? It would be very unsettling to find out that happened when I wasn't around. I think they at least owe you an apology even if they couldn't help it. 

Maleficent --- 9 years ago -

If you live on base your dogs aren't supposed to be outside without your supervision anyways. I realize that when you have a yard this is kind of stupid but it's the rules just for your info.

As far as their neglect, sorry but the neglect of the patient far outweighs the "neglect" of your dog... 

Leigh3212 --- 9 years ago -

Our neighbors told us otherwise why they were called-their kid locked himself in the bathroom and called 911. So no emergency whatsoever. Also, I do not live on base, and we in in the bedroom the entire time. We often leave our door open so our dogs can go in and out as they please-I don't think that means they weren't supervised. And again, the complex (I live in a condo) had already had the door open for them. There were already medics in the home went they decided to traverse my backyard. 

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