my wife saw him in the am after I left and told him we just rescued a dog and NOT to go past the flags of the invisible fence when he returned to see me. we had no appt, he just showed up drove in way past the flags and got out of his truck before i knew it. the dog ran around the house and there he was 10 ft away from a running dog. The dog did not see him untill he was 10 ft. away. he jumped up and his paws hit his chin, i yelled and he went away. As far as taunting the dog, I think he was looking for trouble, he went crying to his boss and put in a comp claim in order to go to the ER. Now he wants me to pay the bill
So your saying, because he did not notify me before he came, even though my wife saw him in the am, he was trespassing. Is that because he went past the flags or because he didn't call, or some other reason? Thanks, Mike.
Thats the way it was. The dog and i came around the corner at the same time. There was no time to react.
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