HERON BAY ASSOCIATION
I'm offering my own experience...Years ago, in another home, a neighbor approached me very kindly and diplomatically to let us know that our dog was barking in our absence in our fenced in yard. We had absolutely no idea, as she didn't do this when we were home, and took immediate steps to confine her to house when we left her. Although the circumstances here a bit different, I would suggest the approach should be the same. We all live in very close quarters and I believe you will find the dog owners of the street are an accommodating, respectful group of folks. We don't want our pets to be a nuisance to others and try hard to make sure that they are not. A gentle reminder that we need to try harder, delivered directly, will be received in the spirit in which it was intended. Please give it a try - I suspect your summer days will be a lot more peaceful.
As an alternative, if you would like me to serve as a dog-owning intermediary, feel free to knock on my door. I'm at 672. and know most of the dog owners on the street.
I just want to enjoy the little bit of outdoor times this summer we can with out having to listen to noisey dogs. Please be considerate.