We live on 3 acres, 1/3 of it is wooded, we currently have no need to use that part so it remains wooded. It Aldo across canal and sand road from our main property. We have hens, roosters, fainting goats and adding ducks this year. We also have a pair of GP's who are a year and a half old. They are doing a great job (even though young) at patrolling (fully fenced) our property. We have raccoons, possum, skunk ect and also Bobcats and coyotes. Until recently we did not leave the GP's out over night, mainly because of their age. We have over time extended their stay out by turning them out in the early morning and leaving them out later in the evening. The past two nights they have been left out all night. Until last night when a neighbor reported them for barking! It is not like they bark non stop all night, they patrol the fence line and spend a lot of time laying/sleeping on the porch of an out building. When they hear something they bark, it is what they suppose to do, it is why we have them after all. They are never out of the fenced area for any reason. If we take them anywhere they are on leash & loaded in my truck inside the garage. Our other 2 dogs are never out of our fenced areas either. Our neighbor on the other hand has no problem letting their dog run unwatched where it corners us on our property and growls & is fence aggressive towards everything we have. Of course the neighbor does not have a fence so their dog goes where she wants. Unless we can get photos date & time stamped of their dog running loose there is nothing we can do. They however can call and complain daily for our dogs doing their job of protecting our goats and birds. Why do "city"/"HOA" wanting people move to county land zoned AG and expect everyone to conform to their wants? We now have to lock the GP's up every night and just hope nothing attacks during the night.