Take pictures or video of him doing it.
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Have you spoken to your neighbor about this....in a courteous manner...asking them to stop? If so, your next step would be to document your claims with video or pictures. If he knows you are documenting his actions, this may resolve the issue. You could even tell animal control about their actions and see if they have any advice. They have probably heard of this before. Good luck.
Agree with my colleagues. You will document the neighbors activity with pictures of video. If they know you are on to them and taking pictures, this may be enough to make them stop. I would also suggest letting animal control know what they are doing since they are wasting their time. See if they have any suggestions.
It sounds like your neighbor is mad at you for one reason or another. See if your County has a resolution office do a mediation for neighbor disputes. They are more common than you think. I have had clients go to them with the neighbor they are in a dispute with. It seems to help. Reacting to his immature behavior will only fuel the fire. You need to get a third party to help you resolve the issue before he starts calling the cops for disturbing the peace. Best o' luck.
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