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Re: A Little Sad


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Posted by RayP(MI) on September 17, 2002 at 05:17:02 from (216.46.196.190):

In Reply to: A Little Sad posted by EIEIO on September 16, 2002 at 11:06:03:

We had worries about the pit bull across the road, who got loose regularly. Found a llama breeder who had a surplus of animals, got two gelded males, and a female, pretty cheap. they now patrol the sheep pastures. They adopt the sheep and will protect them from preditors. Stories of dogs, coyotes, even a bear kicked to death abound here. Have seen what they do when we got a dog dropped off a while back. They had the herd backed in the corner of the pasture, and stayed between the dog and the herd. Last time the pit bull got out, we captured it, made the owner come over and get it. While he was here, explained what the llamas will do - pit bull hasn't been back. (Also explained that some of our show rabbits were worth more than the dog, and if dog ended up in the barn, they'd be carrying it out! - along with a law suit.)


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