Anticipating the dog
A house on the way into my subdivision recently added a Doberman to their brood. I love them but it doesn't show any love for my 636. Every time I pass the house it comes running and barking pretty aggressively. I must pass this house twice a day, there are no go-arounds.
The dog appears to be held up by an invisible fence and I'm very concerned he's going to ignore it one day, spring out to me, and cause a very serious incident. Anyone got any suggestions on dealing with this?
I cannot blow by the house at an insane speed b/c the house is at a four-way stop which is frequented by pedestrians and kids on bicycles. Besides, my neighbors would freak out.
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