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Re: Re: Re: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chicke

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Posted by Jessica LUCKY Davis on February 10, 2007 at 18:12:57 from (

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens posted by Desiree' Chisholm on May 03, 2005 at 18:14:09:

NO you shouldn't punish them for being themselves. But that doesn't give them the right to kill cats and chickens when ever they want to! I tried to tie a chicken around my dog but he got the rope loose and ate the chicken!!! I had to tie him in the chicken pen with a muzzle on for an hour. When I took it off and let him loose the first thing he did was grab another one! My parents were about to get rid of him. So I had to take a skinny tree branch and smack him across the rump AS HARD AS I COULD when he grabed another one. I kept hitting he every time he went near one. It was the hardest hour of my life!!! I know it was cruel but I love my dog. But now,1 week later I can take him in the chicken pen while I get the eggs and,he acts like it's natural to lie in the middle of the yard surrounded by chickens!!!!!!! It's like he never even had the impulse to grab one before!

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