Hey guys quick question, technically I didn't get a noise complaint but rather my brother in law who lives up the street recieved a complaint from the HSPCA about his Cane Corso because he howls at nights for several hours. He has never had an anonymous letter saying please keep the noise down, nor has anyone ever complained before. This would be the first complaint. However, the corso howls often very softly but consistantly every night from about 1 am-5 am. Reason being A) We have a fire station not too far from the area and he howls when the trucks go out & B) There are coyotes in the distance that howl all night and that triggers his howling. He keeps him in the yard area but his howl is so loud it is bothering one or two neighbors down the hill. They went ahead and filed a complaint and I'm not quite sure what the reprucussion is. I just want to help him out with the situation and we're not quite sure what to do. He has had the dog years before I had the opportunity to work with him or else things might have been different, unfortunately he's a bit older now and has gotten used to the routine. Also, what can the Humane Society do as a repruccusion if one or two neighbors continue to complain? Can they legally take the dog away? Again I have no problems like this with my dogs, but then again my dogs are indoor dogs. I would appreciate any help, thank you.