My next door neighbor has 3 dachshunds and a chihuahua. Her dogs bark constantly when they are outside. Remi has recently started to react to them. He knows to leave it, but if I don't stop him before he gets to the gate than I literally have to walk over to him and get into his eye sight, and tell to stop. He will walk away and as soon as I'm a few feet away he will try again. We put a tarp up on every part of the fence we can so he can't see them. They still bark every single time they are outside, and they won't stop until she takes them back in. If the neighbor knows we are outside she will let her dogs out. I also caught her screaming at Remi the other day from the front part of her gate. She was literally almost hanging over our fence screaming "Shut up you stupid dog! Be quiet you nasty mutt!" and than kicking the gate. (The way our fence is set up is our whole backyard is half her front and half her backyard. ) My question is, is there a way to teach Remi to completely ignore them? I've been working on him leaving them if I catch him in time before he makes it to the gate, but I can't redirect him as easily if I'm across the yard, or in the house. Most of the time I have to cut his play time short, or can't let him rest outside. He loves to be outside, whether it's to play or just lay in the shade. I feel bad that I can't let him stay out for as long. I've tried Kikopups video on stopping a dog from barking. But so far like I said he will only ignore them if I catch him in time.