I am sorry you are dealing with a difficult person. Some people are just down right angry and nothing we say or do can change how the person feels. What can you do? If you are dealing with common anger, then ask the person what is making him so angry. Ask for details, on what day at what time the event took place that caused this anger? Ask what you can do to help ease the person's mind. Let the person know that anger resolves nothing, and if there is a way, you can help, then please let you know. Pouring sugar on a fire will always burn down the flames, yet if you throw, fuel both of you will be burnt.
I hope you can reslove the puppy problem.
Kitt, Moderator: Anxiety, Panic & Depression *~*
Ahhh, neighbours! Like that smelly cousin in law you have to put up with every christmas (even though he has eggplants growing between his toes - I'm sure of it!). Try and take the moral high ground. You know you are taking care of your puppy.
If they continue to harrass you then write a polite letter explaining your point, have it certified if you need and send it to them. Then they will look plain petty. Don't let their attitude ruin your day. Stay well and give that puppy a big hug for me!