Our puppy grabbed her free roaming chickens, did not seriously harm any. I helped her post fence and have insured that my dog did not get out. Her dog got out and while attacking my dog through and over our 6 ft fence tore fencing which I did not notice until my dog got out and went up to her fence (still our property) and riled up her chickens. She screamed at my husband (standing at her door with dinner we cooked for her-our dog was following him) she will shoot my dog if she comes for her chickens again and 5 min later (Gigi was already secured in house) starting shooting her gun. I am worried she is going to kill my dog if she ever gets out and goes up to that fence. We are getting electric fencing and doing all we can, I am still concerned. I don't think the lady is very stable.I called the police immediately and i was educated on life in the country. We are in a shooting zone and the officer let me know that even without speaking to her she was simply shooting a warning shot and was not reckless endangerment or meant as a threat to me or my family as I perceived it. It is just the way of the country out here. We have been stationed out here from Tampa, and perhaps living in cities and subdivisions all my life, I just need to adjust, as the officer alluded to. However I do view gunshots as threatening because why else would one discharge their firearm when the situation had been resolved? Its a threat. I am sure dog vs. chickens is a tale as old as time and unfortunately I am on the losing end. And so is my dog. So now I am a prisoner in my own home, fearing stray "warning" shots from Annie Oakley and losing sleep over whether or not this is my puppy's last day.