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Shoot shovel and shut up Nuff said!
Boom and done. I don't give nuisance dogs a second chance to hurt my pets or run wild were I hunt.
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All seriousness, I can't see myself shooting a dog. The only way I would is if they were endangering my family, not just ruining hunts.
All you guys saying shoot, shovel and done....I would beg you to at minimum wait until the second time. Anyone who has owned dogs knows full well that one can get loose and take off once loose. You could end the life of a dog just being free from a leash and it's fenced in yard for the first time of it's life. Just remember it ain't the dog's fault, it's the owners...give pause the 1st time unless attacking is all I would say to consider.
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If you like your dogs enough, you'll keep them off my land...
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If they aren't actually doing anything or no proof, I see no reason to shoot them. In coveys post, absolutely justified.