OK, so I have a potential situation that I need some advice on...
My neighbors just got a new dog. We are friendly with them (single mom and 2 kids ages 5 and 3) but I have a concern. The dog they got is a 10 week young pomeranian and mini yorkie mix. Ummm...it's about 5 lbs. now and will "grow" to a max of about 10-12 lbs.
Here's my obvious concern...KANA
I am terrified that this little, tiny, miniature, sort-of a dog will be let out either accidentally or intentionally (by the kids who may not know any better) and it will wander into my yard when Kana is outside!!!!! THIS DOG WILL BE DEAD SO FAST, IT WON'T BE FUNNY!!!!! Kana will NOT know what it is, will assume it is a rat or something and will most definitely kill it! My fence is of literally no protection because the tiny thing will be able to easily walk through the slats or go under the fence.
I have brought up my concern with the neighbor and she kinda had a chuckle about it, but as the weather gets nicer and the little dog becomes more comfortable and curious around their house/property...this may become a read problem. I have told both of the kids that under NO CIRCUMSTANCES should "little bear" (the tiny thing's name) EVER BE INTRODUCED TO KANA. I also don't want them to be fearful of Kana, though.
?? Can I have them sign a waiver releasing us of any responsibility if "little bear" comes into our yard or does that make us sound like we have knowledge that our dog is "dangerous"