I own a summer house on the beach. Our married kids ( and the unmarried one) love to come up and spend weeks at a time and weekends here and there. This year, my daughter and her family plan on spending a week with us. They have a 1 year old Yorkiepoo that they want to bring with them. The problem is that her dog hates big dogs. He has attacked Wolfie once already and has tried to attack him again. Wolfie took it like a pro and just ignored the yorkiepoo. However, I won't have Wolfie attacked again, or aggravated either. I told my daughter that if she wants to bring her dog, then she has to get him used to Wolfie and to stop attacking him. Her vet told her that it isn't Wolfie's problem, that her dog has a Napolean complex and it can be corrected with some effort on her part. She has shown no interest in correcting the problem,and still wants to bring her dog to our house. She said she will just leave him in his crate all the time and we can make Wolfie go in the house when she wants to let her dog out. That's not happening! It's Wolfie's house, and I won't have him put away so her dog can have fun in the yard. Plus, what good is it if she has to keep her dog locked up the majority of the time. Also, Wolfie will hear him in his crate, and it will drive him nuts. So, my ultimatum to her was either get her dog to tolerate Wolfie, like the vet told her or don't bring him. Now she is all mad at me and telling me I am being unfair! Am I?