UPS Driver was swinging a sign at my Lab, as I yelled at him I saw him back away from my dog at the beginning of my rural driveway, my dogs are on collars with invisible fence; they did not advance on him near the road. I started yelling to him as he came forward again with our package in one hand and our Caution Children Playing sign in his other hand swinging it at my older dog, the puppy was running around his legs wagging her tail.
Why didn't the UPS driver just get back in the truck and leave, reporting a dog in the area? Why after backing away did he decide to re-engage and challenge my dog? He said my dog was showing his teeth, but in this case he didn't need to aggravate the dog more. Get back in the truck and leave!
He said he wsn't the normal driver, same response on my last complaint on speeding on our paper road. Did UPS ever hear of Journey Management and listing perceived hazards at customer locations? I have had numerous deliveries from UPS, do all the UPS drivers try to beat my dog? Cowards!