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Should I Ask My Neighbor To Keep Their Dogs Away From The Fence Because They Frustrate My Dog?
My Aussie is a natural protector/guard dog and very territorial of his home turf. When he senses a threat or a tease, he barks with fury just like a guard dog does. Would it be wrong for me to ask my neighbor to restrict their backyard roaming space by about 8-10 feet away from the fence line?
This is because their dogs come up to the fence, at a certain spot, anytime, day or night, and peer into the yard which gets my dog all riled up.
My dog knows when they are at the fence even when he is in the house. It's hard to let him outside anymore because I dread the aggravation of always having to run to shut him up if he starts to bark at them.
I'm just wondering what others think.