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It’s one of the most common complaints the City of Bend sees, and in some cases they will issue a ticket.  We are talking about barking dogs. Steve Esselstyn is with the Bend Police Department: “If you have a chronic dog problem, and dogs are supposed to bark, they do that. But if you have one that drones on and on and on- you can call dispatch, non-emergency number, 51-693-6911,  the officer will come out and person will get a verbal warning; then a written warning, and even a ticket. Besides barking dogs dispatch also receives a lot of calls about dogs at large.

 

 

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