Jessica (jemntheambiens) wrote,

Neighborhood Kids

There are countless dogs in my neighborhood.  Yet the kids in the neighboorhood are still attracted to our dog.  Yes he is cute and he is fun but he is not a toy for them.  I have told them countless times please do not pet the dog over the fence, please do not encourage the dog to jump on the fence, please do not call the dog to the fence.  They continue to do it over and over.  He is always supervised while outside.  They taunt him and it really makes me angry. As soon as one of us come in to there sight they walk away,  so they know they are doing something wrong. All he has to do is playfully nip one of them and it will be a disaster.  

He knows he is not allowed on the fence.  A simple HEY gets me the guilty look.  But how can he resist little hands.  It's like putting a slot machine in front of a gambler. 

We put up a beware of dog sign and I think it offended people.  They started calling him to the fence more and I heard one guy say that dog ain't gonna do nuttin to me.  

We live in a decent neighboorhood.  I never thought  this would be one of my worries living here. 

My poor puppy can't even be safe in his own yard.  I will have to get a higher more private fence, an invisible fence or just move. haha.  I wish I could shock the kids when they lean over the fence.  

Just venting here.  Thanks for listening!


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