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    Are you girls alright,that dog almost came within 50 yards of you,have you seen any stray dogs? What about any elected officials that sound like they smoked a blunt before looking fer any wild dogs
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    .22lr = no more stray dogs.
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    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    While it seems the originator of the video is full of it, wild domestic dogs are no joke in some rural areas out here. They are not generally afraid of humans the way most truly wild animals are. They form packs and seem to kill for joy as opposed to killing for food the way coyotes normally do.

    You should see the damage they will do to livestock. They are much more destructive than coyotes when it comes to killing and maiming. Instead of killing one and eating it they are known to kill everything they can catch and just leave them lay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    While it seems the originator of the video is full of it, wild domestic dogs are no joke in some rural areas out here. They are not generally afraid of humans the way most truly wild animals are. They form packs and seem to kill for joy as opposed to killing for food the way coyotes normally do.

    You should see the damage they will do to livestock. They are much more destructive than coyotes when it comes to killing and maiming. Instead of killing one and eating it they are known to kill everything they can catch and just leave them lay.

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    Yup. When I lived in rural WV I had to shoot a dog more than once. I thought I was going to have to shoot a few more as well. Feral dogs can be nasty.
    It is surely true that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink. Nor can you make them grateful for your efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atctimmy View Post
    .22lr = no more stray dogs.
    Shoot, shovel, SHUT UP...= what wild dog problem?
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    Around here runnin wild dogs get shot..civic duty, and we dont let idiot perverts with cameras... around our fair children...ever...

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    I live in the St. Louis area & can tell you that we do have stray dogs that rummage through trash cans & live on the street. We have an outstanding stray dog rescue organization that works to find them homes, or at least vet care. We have an amazing humane society center not far from the area the taping took place. The dogs on the streets are NOT mean, aggressive, or a danger. They are more scared of people than would allow them to approach. They run at the first sign of people. Many of them were abused and managed to run from their prior owners and ended up having puppies on the streets. The ones that were abused fear people more than any of the others and will run at all costs.

    The real problem is not "wild dogs" it is negligent dog owners that let their dogs out without restraint or supervision. Shoot the owners, adopt out their dogs, no more problem...
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    same here..."summer people" lose the family pet x 20, and the things packup and start killing chickens, sheep, and running cattle, hunger and very rural landscape, and the pack, scrubs off 50 thousand years of domestication...no real redemption stories for these dogs, you can not trust a blooded pack dog...maybe the owner will get the bill for damages if there is a tag...

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