THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
My neighbor got a new dog a few weeks ago. When they let the dog out, it often runs over to our backyard to go to the bathroom. I noticed they pick up the mess in their yard, but they leave it when the dog comes over to our side of the property line. I have always had a pretty good relationship with the neighbor, so I don't want to be too rude, but I kind of think they're being rude by letting this happen over and over. My husband said we should put up a fence. I really don't want to spend a bunch of money on that right now, but maybe that's our best answer. What are your thoughts? What should I even say to them if I bring it up?
New Dog Neighbor
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