I live in an apartment complex at the intersection of two busy roads. This is a college area, right down the road from the state university, and these two college aged girls live in the building right next to the four lane road. They have two young dogs (probably less than a year old) that they constantly take out off leash. There is a city leash law and the apartment complex also requires dogs to be leashed. I've called the office twice about these girls and their dogs and they say they've put a note on their door about it both times, but this morning they were out off leash AGAIN. These dogs don't have good recall and they have run up to other leashed dogs and random people before. What can I do to make them see sense before one or both of their dogs gets killed?? I walked right by them this morning and I was about bursting to start ranting my head off at them, but I prefer to avoid confrontation. I just don't want to see those dogs hurt. They're freaking adorable and I'd take them in myself before I'd see them go to the pound, which is what I'm afraid might happen if I keep calling the office.