Black and tan houndog
Booger

Farmington, MO

#1 Apr 15, 2013
When I catch this basterd in my yard again for the millionth time it's goin to a new home!!!!!!!!!!

Since: Jan 13

United States

#2 Apr 16, 2013
Booger wrote:
When I catch this basterd in my yard again for the millionth time it's goin to a new home!!!!!!!!!!
Kinda mean dont you think. I mean its not the dogs fault that he cant tell property lines. If you know who the owners are why dont you try talking to them about the dog. If they dont fix the problem then contact your police department and have them handle it. Im sure if they had to pay a few fines they would probably fix the problem. Good luck!
one

Brookfield, CT

#3 Apr 16, 2013
1 12 gauge would do it

Since: Jan 13

United States

#4 Apr 16, 2013
one wrote:
1 12 gauge would do it
Gee I sure hope thats not you or your childs dog one of these days that you are adviseing that to.
one

Brookfield, CT

#5 Apr 16, 2013
wednesday30 wrote:
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Gee I sure hope thats not you or your childs dog one of these days that you are adviseing that to.
?? read your post??

Since: Jan 13

United States

#6 Apr 16, 2013
one wrote:
<quoted text> ?? read your post??
What I ment to say was I would hope that your not adviseing a 12g to take care of the dog issue. What if one day somebody got mad because your dog got out and they shot it? Or if it was your childs dog? They would be heart broken. That is probably somebodies pet however unfortunately they are not responsible pet owners if they let their dog roam to the neighbors. But I dont think killing the dog is the answer if you did that this day in age your liable to get shot or have a bunch of charges for animal cruelty. The only time that is the answer is if the dog is aggressive or bites somebody. But this is just my opinion.
the boog

Farmington, MO

#7 Apr 16, 2013
not gonna shoot him i agree not his fault but he will have a loving home.On the other hand this is bismarck they dont right tickets.They have hard enough time taking care off the basic city stuff.If i knew the owners i would tell them, i do not its not a hard dog to identify.If it were mine i would keep him tied up those dogs are not cheap
missourian

Farmington, MO

#8 Apr 16, 2013
oh yes they do...tell the police you want a ticket wrote on the matter because the dog will not quit coming in your yard...im thinking a ticket for dog at large is 500...because all the tickets they write in bismarck are 500
Joe Citizen

Farmington, MO

#9 Apr 19, 2013
Is this "houndog" anything like a coondog? I know of one running the area
Mr.Happy

Farmington, MO

#10 Apr 25, 2013
Joe Citizen wrote:
Is this "houndog" anything like a coondog? I know of one running the area
yup that's it
just sayin

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Apr 25, 2013
I almost hit the dog tonight. It seems like a harmless dog on the loose. If I had the time, and new about this, I would have stopped, checked his collar, or called the PD to pick him up. Sounds like the pound is a safer place for him to be. Sad, cause he looked like a lost, lonely, loveing dog.

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