Fed Ex just made a delivery to my home at 7:20pm Our little dog was outside she's not even 20lbs and maybe 10 inches off the ground...She goes crazy when one of these delivery trucks come.SO my daughter met him at his truck at the end of our driveway and he didn't even have to get out.
I realized the name and address on the package was not us and obviously he delivered the wrong package. I immediately got online and was beginning to notify Federal Express when he came back. This time he pulled in the driveway at an unnecessary rate of speed...Now knowing you just left this address and there was a little annoying dog AND there is a phone number available AND you could also do as you just did and stop at the end of the driveway again....wouldn't you take anyone of the previous to avoid any issues with the dog. No this guy thinks barreling into our driveway and yelling at me about the dog was the way to handle it..WELL LET ME WARN *** DELIVERY PEOPLE..WHEN AN AGGRESSIVE PERSON WITH AN ATTITUDE (AND IT WAS HIS MISTAKE) CONFRONTS A HOMEOWNER WITH A DOG RIGHT NEXT TO THEM YOU WILL GET ATTACKED AND IF YOU CONTINUE IN A THREATENING MANOR SAYING YOU BETTER GET THE *** DOG AWAY...WELL IT MAKES ONE WONDER WHO INDEED IS *** ...it makes no difference how big or small a dog is...there instinct is to protect...now I get many deliverys usually through UPS I prefer them...she barks at the truck but the delivery person never has been aggressive or threatening (smart move) when they back out of the driveway she barks but thats it.
I was not expecting any delivery especially this late in the evening so I was not prepared.
During the day I am aware of the time frame UPS and the USPS delivers and I'm usually able to besure the dog isn't outside.Federal Express I hope you offer anger management with your benefit package this guy really needs it.