We have a fenced in acreage with two Great Pyrenees to protect our free ranging poultry and pigs. They do a great job protecting them and stay in their fences. The neighbors recently got a German Shepherd puppy, it has been coming over to our property and trying to get into the fence. The first time the dog came over, it had somehow gotten a plastic globe to a light fixture stuck on it's head like a astronaut and was tearing though the woods hitting every other tree freaking out. We caught it,pulled off the globe and returned it to the neighbors. When we asked about a possible fence for the dog neighbors said they had no intention of fencing the dog or tiring it up and that their other dog stays close to the house but "this one keeps wandering off, hahah." (NOT hahaha) That was last month, this past week the puppy (i'm guessing around 6-7 months old) is coming to our fence line everyday, sometimes multiple times. Walking the fence line back and forth while my two LGDS go crazy barking,lunging and snarling. We have warned the neighbors if the dog gets into our fence, our dogs are guard dogs and might/probably will hurt it. They had no problem with this. Literally, "oh, well". But, I don't want our dogs to hurt the poor,unmanaged dog. I was thinking about shooting NEAR the dog next time it's around to try and scare it off. Anyone have luck with this? Around here it's pretty common practice to SSS. (shoot,shovel,shut up) when it comes to dogs worrying livestock. I don't want to do that, but it's getting pretty frustrating.