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    Quote Originally Posted by CoveyMaster View Post
    Exactly what I was told. I absolutely will not shoot a dog unless I absolutely have to. What ended up happening to me was I let them go (3 pitbulls) and one morning in the yard I heard a dog fight north of the house and one of my dogs came running to me as if to say "HELP". I locked her up and grabbed my 30.30 and ran down to find the three dogs surrounding my rottweiler and they already had him chewed up pretty good. I picked the largest one and dropped him and my dog came out to me with the other male on the chase and I busted him. The ***** ran off and I never saw her again.

    I expect a local meth house had them running loose. No one ever came around looking either. Dangerous SOB's and bad situation. I had ran them off twice and tried to get any contact info besides asking around who they belonged to and no one would claim them, called the local sheriffs office and they poo poo'ed it and told me on my property to deal with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jvanhees View Post
    Dayum Brent. I would have handled it the same.
    Thanks. My dog survived okay but he was never the same after that and passed away at he age of 8 a couple years later. I had a few running around here last fall and winter, had them on camera several times. A couple of them were big huskies. I let them walk also and some time back my labs took off and one never came back. I know as well as anything that those huskies probably killed her. It sucks to have to kill a dog but it sucks worse to have someone get mauled or have a good pet get hurt or killed while still at home and on your property. At this point I don't have much remorse or feeling for any owner that lets their dogs run loose all over the country side. You really can't afford to just let it go like I did because it'll literally bite you in the ***.
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    Shoot shovel and shut up Nuff said!

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    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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    I wonder if Terry Drury will see this, lol
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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.
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    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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    Oh and that is coming from a guy who had a stray dog chase off a buck that would have been my personal best in the 2012 season....I know the pain.
    The Deer Alarm...an interesting article on re-examining how deer "think" and react.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cledus View Post
    I wonder if Terry Drury will see this, lol
    Why? Curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by boonerville View Post
    Why? Curious
    His farm up north has been plagued by neighbors dogs for years.
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    If you like your dogs enough, you'll keep them off my land...
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    Quote Originally Posted by C0wb0yChris View Post
    If you like your dogs enough, you'll keep them off my land...
    Yeah but as careful as anyone is one accident for one minute on one day is possible...just sayin'.
    The Deer Alarm...an interesting article on re-examining how deer "think" and react.

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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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tynimiller View Post
    Yeah but as careful as anyone is one accident for one minute on one day is possible...just sayin'.
    This is true
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