|Yes, take the dog|
|No, it's not your concern|
|Call the police again, maybe the second time is the charm|
Quoting ☮LoveAndSerenity:" As much as it'd pain me, there's not much you can do. It's not right to take the dog from them (not to ... [snip!] ... them (not to mention illegal), but as long as the dog has food, water and shelter- it's not illegal for the dog to be outside. "
Quoting mamacj:" No, I think that is just wrong. Keep filing complaints if you think it is being neglected or is violating ... [snip!] ... violating a noise ordinance. It's not the dog's fault it's owner is an idiot. And a shelter would more than likely put it down."
Quoting Spyro:" Keep calling animal control about it until they do something. In the meantime, try your best to keep ... [snip!] ... If possible, toss over a cardboard box so he can at least have some shelter until he is rescued. That makes me sad. "Actually, other than the first thing you said, that is the exact wrong thing to do. As an ACO, they are limited to what they can do and prove. If a neighbor provides food, water, and/or shelter for the animal, they cannot take picture proof of the dog's true conditions.
Quoting Momma Squishy of 2.5:" Say your neighbor has a dog that's ALWAYS outside, never inside. Not during rain, or snow, or horrible ... [snip!] ... anything? Without them knowing I mean, like sneaking over while they are at work, and getting the dog? Yes, no, please explain"
Quoting Spyro:" Most shelters are no-kill these days. "
Quoting mamacj:" Actually, other than the first thing you said, that is the exact wrong thing to do. As an ACO, they are ... [snip!] ... a neighbor provides food, water, and/or shelter for the animal, they cannot take picture proof of the dog's true conditions. "