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Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens


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Posted by anne on March 06, 2007 at 11:17:02 from (68.227.104.240):

In Reply to: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens posted by Dreamweaver on September 10, 2001 at 05:30:30:

i have a neighbor whos 4 dogs have killed 12 chickens 2 pot bellied pigs, a group of guinnes, a ribit in a cage on my back porch, which they burrowed under the fence to get to. A rooster, and have snapped at my 2 year old, made my son swerve on his 4 wheeler and bicycle numerous times (i dont know how he stayed on all wheels)and to top it all off one of them attacked my dog in my own yard while eating my dogs food. we have asked them too many times to count to please pin their dogs and the only reply we've gotten is "looks like we're having chicken for dinner" and the same comment for each animal. I've been tempted to call animal control or take aim at the dogs but i'm afaid of what might happen to our other animals if i do. Just wanted to ask for any suggestions on this matter.


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