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#6063242 - 12/02/15 04:51 PM neighbors dog
txhunter1010 Offline
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We have multiple pics and have seen the neighbors sheep dog bothering the deer and chasing deer...what would you do...of course the neighbor denies it

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#6063253 - 12/02/15 04:57 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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The 3 SSS's applies here. Since he denies his dog is doing it. He shouldn't come looking for it on your property.

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#6063283 - 12/02/15 05:14 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: Rcinit]
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Killing a mans dog would be last resort with me. Show him the pics and see where that goes.

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#6063295 - 12/02/15 05:20 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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Yes, show him the pics and discuss it with him. If a reasonable approach won't work, then maybe the dog will disappear someday.

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#6063298 - 12/02/15 05:23 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: 603Country]
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Kinda hard to deny when you have proof. Show him the pics.

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#6063321 - 12/02/15 05:38 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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I get a short fuse when somebodies dog causes issues with other people or animals. The dog knows no difference - their owner Should know the difference. Similar to a neighbor allowing their dog or dogs to bark all night in their backyards keeping the neighborhood awake. As rude as it gets IMO - and I am amazed at how many people will defend "their right" to let their dogs disturb everyone around then -
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#6063342 - 12/02/15 05:50 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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We had one camped out at our place one year, met him on the trail and he started growling at me.

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#6063357 - 12/02/15 05:59 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: Enter Standman]
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Originally Posted By: Enter Standman
We had one camped out at our place one year, met him on the trail and he started growling at me.


And then "bang", right?

Used to be, if you were in sheep and goat country, and a dog started chasing stuff, it was understood by all neighbors that that dog would be shot. I warned the kids that if our defiant beagle (Whiskey River Thunder) ever did that, it could happen. Almost did a couple of times, but I chased her sorry butt down before she really got going.
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#6063386 - 12/02/15 06:09 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: ChrisB]
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Originally Posted By: ChrisB
Killing a mans dog would be last resort with me. Show him the pics and see where that goes.

Agreed.

Had it happen a couple of times. A couple of leases ago we had the same thing going on. Talked to the neighbor and they took care of it. Until I went back in the Spring to chase thunder chickens. I was setup with my son right off the roost with a strutter and a few hen decoys. I guess they looked pretty good cuz the dog ran up to 30 yards and froze looking at them. After a while I had to shoo him off, but it ruined that hunt.
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#6063432 - 12/02/15 06:32 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: Creekrunner]
Enter Standman Offline
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Originally Posted By: Creekrunner
Originally Posted By: Enter Standman
We had one camped out at our place one year, met him on the trail and he started growling at me.


And then "bang", right?

Used to be, if you were in sheep and goat country, and a dog started chasing stuff, it was understood by all neighbors that that dog would be shot. I warned the kids that if our defiant beagle (Whiskey River Thunder) ever did that, it could happen. Almost did a couple of times, but I chased her sorry butt down before she really got going.


And nothing. That was the end of my story.
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#6063435 - 12/02/15 06:33 PM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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We had that problem, and we saw the dog chasing deer through a pasture several times. Talked to the neighbor 6 times, then told him enough was enough the 7th. He understood. He said any dog was fair game except their white one(his kids favorite). I really didn't want to shoot someones dog but after the second time I saw it chasing deer after we had talked I rifle I would make sure you get permission before you sling lead though.

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#6064580 - 12/03/15 11:26 AM Re: neighbors dog [Re: wtr]
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Originally Posted By: wtr
Kinda hard to deny when you have proof. Show him the pics.


I'd be worried about showing pictures and then all the sudden it "disappeared".. I wonder where he'll come looking?

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#6064592 - 12/03/15 11:32 AM Re: neighbors dog [Re: ChrisB]
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Originally Posted By: ChrisB
Killing a mans dog would be last resort with me. Show him the pics and see where that goes.

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#6064595 - 12/03/15 11:34 AM Re: neighbors dog [Re: txhunter1010]
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It's a sticky situation. For sure. Everyone has different ideas about how to handle it. Mostly depending on where they hail from.
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#6064601 - 12/03/15 11:40 AM Re: neighbors dog [Re: texassippi]
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Originally Posted By: texassippi
We had that problem, and we saw the dog chasing deer through a pasture several times. Talked to the neighbor 6 times, then told him enough was enough the 7th. He understood. He said any dog was fair game except their white one(his kids favorite). I really didn't want to shoot someones dog but after the second time I saw it chasing deer after we had talked I rifle I would make sure you get permission before you sling lead though.


Get permission t shoot someones dog... really?

I have been best served by SSS.
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