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the decree forbids dogs from being left in enclosed areas without owners being nearby to stop "prolonged or repeated barking".

Sounds reasonable to me :P There are similar statutes here. One of the local statutes defines nuisance barking as something like ten minutes continuous or 30 minutes of sustained but intermittent barking. Both seem like reasonable conditions to me. We have had up to six Cairns in residence and they never came close to violating those guidelines. Close maybe :whistle: but seriously, I would not willingly tolerate that level of sustained barking from anyone else's dog or my own.

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You folks that live out in rural areas are very fortunate.     In apartments and residential settings excessive barking is not allowed or tolerated.

Dogs off leash unless the owner is right there are not allowed.

All kinds of rules and regulations subject to fines or worse such as eviction to those non-compliant. 

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