Advice Tool: Dog barking / fouling Step 1 of 4 25% In the first instance, we recommend that you speak to the dog’s owner about barking or fouling. If a dog is barking, its owners may not be aware that it’s causing a nuisance, especially if it happens while they’re out. Be reasonable and try to work with your neighbour to find a way to resolve it. For further advice on speaking with your neighbour, please click here. If the nuisance continues after you’ve spoken to your neighbour, consider reporting the issue to Birmingham City Council’s Environmental Health or Telford and Wrekin Council. Does the nuisance involve a BVT tenant OR occur in/or around a BVT-tenanted home?Q1YesNo Can you provide the address of where the nuisance is occurring? Step 2 of 2 100% Please report the issue to Birmingham City Council’s Environmental Health or Telford and Wrekin Council. Back to the Anti-Social Behaviour Advice ToolQ2YesNo If you have spoken to your neighbour and the issue is still persisting, you will need to contact our ASB team. You will need to be prepared to provide the following information: Which neighbour is causing the issue? When and where is it occurring? How often is it happening? Would you like to make a report? Step 2 of 2 100% Try to gather more information on who is causing this issue before contacting our ASB Team. We’re not able to address the issue if we’re not informed of the address where it’s occurring. Back to the Anti-Social Behaviour Advice ToolQ3YesNo Thank you for answering the questions in this ASB advice tool. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.