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Posted by City Chicky on September 21, 2007 at 21:11:22 from (68.63.85.159):

In Reply to: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re posted by SCD on August 15, 2007 at 20:51:32:

My 1 yr old Standard Poodle fatally injured one of my beloved
chickens today. I love my dog and vowed never to hit her, but
when you see another animal (my bird) suffering because of your
dog, you sometime lose control. I did hit my dog and yelled at
her until she peed on the floor. I felt terrible. I don't think that
by behavior is going to make her stop. That said, I don't want to
think of what would happen if she ever killed one of my cats.
I'm going to try a dog trainer and utill I trust her, a METAL
BASKET MUZZLE. She can't kill a chicken if she can't bite it. It's
really my fault this happened anyway because I wasn't watching
her when it happened. It only took five min. Its important for
both the dog and the chickens to free range, but not at the same
time. Thanks for letting me vent a little, and I hope this helps
someone.


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