Our new neighbors have four or five large dogs. We have show sheep...not a good combination. This morning my nine year old came in screaming that the neighbors' dogs were going to attack her sheep. I ran out andmy corgi was having a fit. I went through the back door and the back gate to try to get them to leave. When I tried to return to the house the three dogs- two boxers and a lab- started growling and backed me into the fence. I edged around the house and made it to the locked front door. The whole time my corgi was having a fit and the sheep were running around the pen trying to get away. I placed myself inside the glass door and banged until my daughter opened it. I then called the pound. The dog catcher showed up after my second call because I was afraid they were going to knock my fence down. I tried to call the number on the collar, but it didn't work. Yes, they were close enough I could make out the number. The female boxer growled at the dog catcher. Because the number didn't work and no one was home, the dog catcher took them to the pound. Now what do I do? I would never have called the pound if they had been home. Do I go over and talk to them? Do I wait for them to say something to me? Our lot is over two acres and theirs is too. Our lots attach at the back fence. Our houses are at the front of the lots. How do I handle this?