Problems with neighbor's dog
First, I hate that idiots are always attracted to breeds like the gsd, cause they can be dangerous and scary in the wrong hands.
Today I witnessed my neighbors gsd stop just short of biting the neighbor. Two days ago another neighbor called me stating the dog cornered him. Luckily he didn't attack, wish I am grateful for my neighbor and this poor dog (he was holding a hammer in his hands, waiting for the dog to attack) My question is, the dog didn't actually bite anyone, so do you think calling AC would do any good? I try not to make rash decisions, but there are a lot of children in the neighborhood and an elderly neighbor. Oh, and they are clearly running an unregistered daycare at their home.
We did speak to the landlord, but he seemed like another idiot. It was explained to him that it was a courtesy for us to call him and there could be some liability on his side. I really don't want to see a dog put down or start a freaking hatfield mccoy kind of relationship here, but the dog had "that look" in it's eyes.
If the dog is loose and outside of his yard, then yes providing your area has leash laws, you can call AC . If possible take a photo or video of the dog running loose outside of his yard with a date/time stamp. The neighbor who called you about the dog cornering him , should also call AC.
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