Posts: 9Joined: August 25, 2010Last Post: April 22, 2013
RE: DEER AND LOOSE DOGS
In Response to DEER AND LOOSE DOGS by FreeIreland I have that problem in the community where I live. I do not have a fenced yard, so my dog is on a chain when he is outside.Do not want him eating anything I do not give him.
Posts: 2297Joined: December 23, 2009Last Post: January 12, 2012
DEER AND LOOSE DOGS
Deer hunting season opened a few days ago. Would you folks who leave your dogs to run "free" even for short potty breaks in someone else's yard like to know one hazard they face? My next-door neighbor to the south has a pack of men he hunts with and yesterday they brought home 5 deer which they proceeded to dress out in his backyard. At this moment much of the remains are still there, along with half the town's loose dogs scavenging all the WORM-INFESTED REMAINS they can.
This new neighbor whom I've nicknamed Belligerent Bob is one of the area's richest men and it would do no good to complain to officials about much of anything he does. Besides, I know he won't leave the mess there forever, and his presence in our neighborhood will ensure excellent street maintenance. So it's not really a problem to me, and my dogs are safely confined behind my property's perimeter fence. A little frustration's the worst they'll suffer.
MEANWHILE ALL THE LOOSE DOGS ARE FEASTING ON WORMS.
Think about that before turning your furkids loose to explore. There's no telling what they'll find in ANY neighborhood.
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