Sadly I definately cannot tell you how to sort this problem out except for stating the obvious, you need to enclose some of your property so that your neighbours dogs cannot come in. You then need to try and have all the dogs sterilised. About 6 weeks after all the dogs have been sterilised, if the fencing is not an option, you need to introduce all your pooches, so that they get on with each other. This needs to be done with a trained professional as the breeds you have described are all pretty hectic breeds if they are aggressive. But definately try to fence off your property. Also please give me a call so that we can chat about this over the phone. 0798837566. You have to do something otherwise the neighbours dogs will pack on yours and kill or seriously injure them.
it is not possible to close off a section of the property as i rent there,along with them.we stay in the same 'house' which has been subdivided,so we can literally hear the other dogs walking around next door,which can sometime send my jackie into fits of histerical barking and shaking.not fun.
we have come up with a system of having our dogs out a different times,but that does not change that their dogs are very aggressive and dangerous.they jump at your face when they see you,and are locked in thier house while the owners work barking and howling all day.
can I go to the authorities,like tears or spca?or is it a waste of their time?i'm not sure if there are laws pertaining to aggressive dogs,or what they are.
Hi. I would suggest you ask your neighbour to get an animal behaviourist in who specialises in aggression and see if they have been sterelised as if not, he must have them done to hopefully lower their aggression. How many dogs does he have and what sex are they. What size dogs are they. Hope this problem will be able to get sorted out.
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