Do you know whose dog it is? If not, I don't blame you at all for calling the authorities.Just made my first ever call to the authorities to report something (when do i get my crotchety old man ribbon?)
This is the second time in 2 days I had to make my kids go inside cause some asshole can't keep track of his pitbull, who just wandered into my yard. Seems friendly, but I don't give a rat's ass. I don't take no chances with pit bulls.
And while I'm birching about neighbors, the neighbors moved out a whie ago and rented their place. I live on a culdesac, and there is enough room for 1 car on the street beteen our houses. I don't need the spot, so I got no problem with them parking there even though its primarily in front of my house, but they have a piece of shit that has just leaked oil like a mfr. Then, a shitload of broken glass ended up in the street near that spot. Some dumbass just swept it right to the edge of the street and into the grass. So I just spent 20 minutes with the wet/dry vac sucking shards of glass out of my grass. Friggin morons
Re: broken glass - sometimes living out in the real world stinks. In the warmer weather, we get a decent amount of dog crap on our lawn because people are too lazy to clean up. My husband spends half of the night trying to catch people/dogs in the act.