I'm going to climb up on my roof and blow tranquilizer darts over the fence. He just barked for an hour and a half straight. He FINALLY stopped for about 5 minutes, and then heard a train whistle and barked for 10 more minutes, stopped for 5 minutes, and then someone's car alarm went off... so now it's dog bark and car alarm. Awesome. This happens pretty much every day. There is alot of train activity around here, apparently he doesn't like the noise.
I can't wait for my neighbor to get home so I can tell him how freaking annoying his dog is. I wish my DH would handle this for me, I really don't want to deal with a confrontation right now, but since DH isn't the one home during the day (and probably wouldn't say anything if he was anyhow) I guess it's up to me. Would it be too passive aggressive of me to just call code enforcement? I feel like if it were my dogs (which would NOT happen b/c when my dogs bark I give them about 20 seconds before I bring them inside) I would want whoever had the problem to let me know so I could be extra careful not to bother them, and so I would have a chance to fix the problem before any citations were issued.