I've mentioned before that my new neighbors adopted a new puppy, and on the same day, I found an older puppy abandoned in the park. The second puppy was taken in by my other neighbors beside the ones with the new puppy. I can see and hear how they are going about living with these pups, and I know they are doing a lot of things "wrong". The ones with the young puppy also have a toddler, and I can hear her reprimanding the toddler for being rough with the puppy or taking her toys. I can also hear her reprimanding the puppy for things I can't see or hear through our fence, but I know they don't have a crate for the puppy, and it sounds like the mom leaves the pup and the toddler outside alone sometimes. Both of these families have owned dogs before and the dad of the toddler has a relative who trains security dogs. How do I suggest to them that there are better ways of training young dogs than the ways they probably grew up with? They know I have a fearful dog, but haven't even met him because of his issues. So how do I give them advice if they don't really respect me as a knowledgeable dog owner?