Pet pee.

By Marisol

 Our apartment provided bags for dog owners to clean up. However one dog owner has decided to let their dog pee on an area with woodchips in front of my bedroom window. There are no sprinklers in this area. I have placed potted plants to prevent this.  Now the landlord says that it is OK for these new tenants to have their dog pee there.  And recently this tenant starred yelling at me while I was traveling from my car to my apartment. This in not okay. What should I do? I do not want to smell dog urine and get chased by a crazy neighbor. 

Edited on: Sunday, September 7th, 2014 4:52 am

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