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Re: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens

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Posted by Paula Heckathorn on December 15, 2003 at 09:47:42 from (

In Reply to: Re: Breaking a Dog from Killing Chickens posted by F14 on September 10, 2001 at 06:18:42:

I just had to find a new home for my eight month Rottie - it tore me up to get rid of her. She was so gentle and timid until she got around chickens/hens/roosters. She literally killed and ate all but two of my neighbors chicken/hens/roosters. It was devastating. It was really a massacre. She got in the chicken coop and couldn't get back out - the rooster was attacking her trying to protect the others - she eventually killed him too. It was very sad because my neighbors were trying to get her out and she growled at them (totally not like her), but when she is in that mode she doesn't answer to her name or any commands. She is totally focused on killing them. So, I decided for liability reasons to find a new home for her. I was just afraid - today chickens - tomorrow someone else's cat, dog, etc. Not sure if she would do that, but I just couldn't take that chance.

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