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activelydying 12-04-2008 03:30 PM

I believe I have a killer on my hands.
 
My sweet angel of a dog killed what I believe was a squirrel. She also bathed in her glory. :D I never knew you could see blood on a all black dog. Who knew.

Today I let her outside and after awhile she kept barking. As I looked outside, I could see that she was just barking at a tree root. Turns out the tree root housed a mole that she somewhat killed. Thank god I have snakes to finish off the process.

Just wanted to share.

stumpbuster 12-04-2008 03:36 PM

did ya clean off the blood:confused:

activelydying 12-04-2008 03:53 PM

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Originally Posted by stumpbuster (Post 288857)
did ya clean off the blood:confused:

Yup. The puppy dog sleeps with me at night and I'm sick of blood on the sheets. ;)

dogsnhorses 12-04-2008 04:41 PM

Good dog!

Mine love hunting squirrels but only one success that I know of. The dane got one of those blasted ground hogs once, snapped him right in two. Thankfully she is not interested in carrying around her kill like the boxer does. She does however, never miss a chance to roll in deer scat, gets it right behind the ears like fine perfume.

I have a few little dogs, wish to hell they'd go after the moles. I knew I should of gotten rat terriers instead of pugs! Give her a steak, a dog that goes after moles is priceless!

activelydying 12-04-2008 05:21 PM

It's funny to see a german sheperd barking at a kinda dead mole, wanting it to play more. :D

amy 12-04-2008 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by activelydying (Post 288918)
It's funny to see a german sheperd barking at a kinda dead mole, wanting it to play more. :D

Lol, that is funny. Good dog. :D

GrnTJ 12-04-2008 08:37 PM

My jack russel is a MAJOR killer. I live on 10 acres and he has a large repitoure of kills under his belt. Numerous squirrels, snakes, moles, a few birds (yes, he has gotten about 3 birds now!), ground hogs, and very nearly one baby deer but luckly my dad caught him before he could do any real damage. That last one was kinda scary because he took the deer down and then my dad grabbed him right before he was about to bite the thing. But needless to say, there isnt much that makes it past our property line without paying the price:D

rkwfxd 12-04-2008 09:14 PM

My Dobbie is up to eight opossums and one cat. Almost a double ace.:D

The only sad this is that it was my cat.

bluvikng 12-04-2008 09:27 PM

Nothing worse than blood on the sheets...........:D

4point 12-04-2008 09:36 PM

I had a German Short-hair that killed and drug home a doe. I know he killed it because I saw him try to kill a 2k lb bull one time. He was almost crushed by it though. :eek::cool:

RatherBNarizona 12-04-2008 10:42 PM

I got a German Shepherd too
he tore apart a bird a couple years ago, I could barely tell what it was

dogsnhorses 12-05-2008 08:21 AM

Did the dog survive 4point? Any dog around us that goes after livestock is a dead dog, mine included. They'll shoot the dog and you apologize.

I had some tenants at my farm house loose a few that way. Dumb dolt of a girl thought since the dog didn't ''hurt'' the cows, the farmer shouldn't be mad and after the dog.

My dane tried to 'play' with the horse once, that's all it took. She doesn't know the difference between a TB and a cuttin horse, I turned the horse on her and he started to snake her, that's all it took. My boxer just wants to play with everything, dumbest thing he ever did around livestock was to try and partake in my horse's grain bucket. He got a thunk on the head. LOL!

4point 12-05-2008 10:14 AM

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Originally Posted by dogsnhorses (Post 289085)
Did the dog survive 4point? Any dog around us that goes after livestock is a dead dog, mine included. They'll shoot the dog and you apologize.

I had some tenants at my farm house loose a few that way. Dumb dolt of a girl thought since the dog didn't ''hurt'' the cows, the farmer shouldn't be mad and after the dog.

My dane tried to 'play' with the horse once, that's all it took. She doesn't know the difference between a TB and a cuttin horse, I turned the horse on her and he started to snake her, that's all it took. My boxer just wants to play with everything, dumbest thing he ever did around livestock was to try and partake in my horse's grain bucket. He got a thunk on the head. LOL!

Yes, he survived. We lived on a 20k acre ranch in southern AZ when that happened so the live stock owner never knew. When he went after the bull he ran him down and attached him self to its testicles. The bull kicked the crap out of him at a dead run for a couple of hundred yards. He never chased cattle again. ;) I also have had to whack a few dogs for going after live stock, but this was one hell of a bird dog and we protected it. :D

MoA 12-05-2008 01:08 PM

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Originally Posted by GrnTJ (Post 288958)
My jack russel is a MAJOR killer. I live on 10 acres and he has a large repitoure of kills under his belt. Numerous squirrels, snakes, moles, a few birds (yes, he has gotten about 3 birds now!), ground hogs, and very nearly one baby deer but luckly my dad caught him before he could do any real damage. That last one was kinda scary because he took the deer down and then my dad grabbed him right before he was about to bite the thing. But needless to say, there isnt much that makes it past our property line without paying the price:D

my puppy that my mom gave away when i went to ohio to get a front axle for my jeep caught a few birds.. it was crazy watching him jump 5 feet in the air to catch one in mid flight..

activelydying 12-05-2008 03:05 PM

So I guess I don't have a killer, just a dog who REALLY enjoys wildlife. :D:D

ccain 12-05-2008 03:40 PM

Benny once killed a Great Dane... Got stuck in it's throat. :D

G54 12-06-2008 12:58 PM

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My monkey kills stuff. Mostly USI jack-booted thugs.

G54 12-06-2008 07:02 PM

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4point 12-06-2008 07:04 PM

^^^^Nice control but he has bad form.

G54 12-06-2008 08:12 PM

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^^^^Nice control but he has bad form.


What can I say? He watches too many movies.


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