So here's what happened, Maya attacked her dog along time ago. I apologized and from then on we avoided each other. Her dog is a mentally ill and epileptic chocolate lab, she broke the skin but the dog didn't need a vet. Today and quite lately noticed them in the field, I went another way but really couldn't avoid her, well her dogs (she has two chocolate labs) were both off lead and Maya was on lead, I shortened her lead and went to move away as I saw him coming. She did not call her dog back and he came towards Maya and Maya lunged at him, she caught him but I managed to pull her away before a fight could happen, again she had nicked him. It ended up in a heated argument of her saying it's my fault and that i'm in the wrong because my dog attacked her. I kept my dog on lead and now she's trying to use the I feel threatened thing and saying she'll call the police. She said she can get statements from other people whose dogs she's attacked (but it's been over a year since any incident has happened) and will call the police. She first wanted me to muzzle Maya at all times, which I refuse but we came to some agreement that when I see her, i'll muzzle Maya. Maya gets on great with almost every other dog down the park now, the only other ones are a kelpie who hates her first & a rottie x shep who is moody with pretty much every dog. I go training classes with her every week, I put her onlead anytime I see a dog I don't know/am unsure of or know she dosen't get along with that dog. I work hard with her all the time. She's told me other dogs go for her dog because he's weak, trainers and vets have told her this. Surely it's not just my fault but hers too? She knows what Maya is like an still allowed her dogs to approach her I'm going to muzzle her anyway when I see this woman but if the dogs are offlead and she still lunges, is that my fault?