Reddit user ChocolateDog9 has experienced something that is, unfortunately, all too commonplace in neighborhoods... Dealing with entitled people and their untrained animals.
There is nothing worse than having to navigate the minefield that is an entitled neighbor. Those types of people think that they can simply do no wrong. All it takes is one incident (usually caused by them) to make the entire relationship unravel.
I mean, this one is an obvious open and shut case isn't it? If you can't control your pet and keep it off of someone else's property (where it then proceeds to destroy something of theirs) then there's not much more you can say. If said pet then needs to go to the vet for something it ate (on their property) there's no reasonable reason why you should then ask the owner of the property to pay for it.
It's not like she intentionally left poison out for the dog to eat or anything sadistic like that. So why should she have to pay a dime?
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