coonhunter

Warrensburg, MO

#1 Jan 8, 2013
To the coc*sucker that hit my dog on O hwy tonight thanks for having the balls to call and say you hit them I really appreciate it.
Baldknobber

Rolla, MO

#2 Jan 8, 2013
It was your fault your dog was in the road, big dummy.
jack

United States

#3 Jan 8, 2013
If your dog was in the middle of O Highway how was whoever hit your dog supposed to know who owned it?
coonhunter

Warrensburg, MO

#4 Jan 8, 2013
My address was on the collar jackas*
coonhunter

Warrensburg, MO

#5 Jan 8, 2013
With my phone number
Baldknobber

Rolla, MO

#6 Jan 8, 2013
You probably screwed up somebody's car. Keep your damn dog out of the damn road.
coonhunter

Warrensburg, MO

#7 Jan 8, 2013
Baldknobber wrote:
You probably screwed up somebody's car. Keep your damn dog out of the damn road.
You must be some normal rolla idiot/screwup/druggie trying to start some drama
Robert

Rolla, MO

#8 Jan 8, 2013
Troop i will be contacting you tomorrow about the damages to my car.
Baldknobber

Rolla, MO

#9 Jan 8, 2013
coonhunter wrote:
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You must be some normal rolla idiot/screwup/druggie trying to start some drama
You are the one on here boo hoo'in about your stinkin dog.
You must be some childish crybaby who thinks everybody else is supposed to look out for your dog. Dogs don't belong in the street. They might get hit. You should know this without me having to tell you. Take care of your own crap and quit blaming others when you screw up.
Robert

Rolla, MO

#10 Jan 8, 2013
coonhunter wrote:
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You must be some normal rolla idiot/screwup/druggie trying to start some drama
Put your bitches in your truck and head south.when you cross the state line go 100 miles and that is a good place for you to call home.wetback,razorbacks you know what i mean.
coonhunter

Warrensburg, MO

#11 Jan 8, 2013
Robert wrote:
<quoted text>Put your bitches in your truck and head south.when you cross the state line go 100 miles and that is a good place for you to call home.wetback,razorbacks you know what i mean.
Is that because I collect fur like the pioneers did?
Baldknobber

Rolla, MO

#12 Jan 8, 2013
coonhunter wrote:
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Is that because I collect fur like the pioneers did?
No. It is where we send the knuckleheads.
Git movin, whiny britches.
Wow

Lexington, MO

#13 Jan 8, 2013
First off it's not the persons driving fault. Your dog was in the road. It's sad when it happens but it happens if you allow your dog to be loose. By the way if it did mess up their car and they find out who owned the dog you will be paying for the work on their car. Been there done that. Your homeowners insurance has to pay so I wouldn't gripe much or you might be spending some cash.
Wilber

Jefferson City, MO

#15 Jan 9, 2013
I have owned several dogs and still do. I had a couple dogs that would escaped our yard and were hit by cars. One died as a result. I never blamed the drivers. Even though I had taken all the precautions I could they were my responsibility. You can't just let your pets run loose and not expect bad things to happen.
Flea

Rolla, MO

#16 Jan 9, 2013
Personally, if I were to hit a dog, the last thing I would do is go look at it let alone search the collar for contact info. Unfortunately, I have also lost pets by getting hit. I've never blamed the driver. I have a very large dog now and know he would do some damage if he got hit, which is why I take additional precautions to keep him from the road. I suggest you do the same next time.
Leslie

Jefferson City, MO

#17 Jan 9, 2013
I agree I don't think I would look on a collar of an injuries dog. Good way to get a dog bite. And if it was well all gory I wouldn't either. Sorry I love dogs but I have my limits
Lee

Warrensburg, MO

#20 Jan 9, 2013
Personally I would stop for a dog. Yes, that is a risk you take when you go coon hunting with animals and let them loose. The dogs are going to run, potentially come across roads, and could possibly get hit. And yes the owner of the dog is responsible for damages. That dog was someone's animal that was raised from a puppy, cared for, and loved. It sounds to me like the owner just wanted a call to know what happened or apology. Damages to the vehicle could even have been discussed by looking for the name/number on the collar. It's not the owners fault or drivers fault. The dog was hunting, doing what it was trained to do from a puppy. One can only hope and pray nothing will happen when releasing their dogs into the woods. I highly doubt the owner released the dog close to the road especially if the owner is concerned about what happened. From experience coon dogs run and sometimes several miles away. That is the whole point of the tracking collar and reflective name collar. I don't think calling the owner anything for being upset is fair.
coonhunter

United States

#21 Jan 9, 2013
Lee wrote:
Personally I would stop for a dog. Yes, that is a risk you take when you go coon hunting with animals and let them loose. The dogs are going to run, potentially come across roads, and could possibly get hit. And yes the owner of the dog is responsible for damages. That dog was someone's animal that was raised from a puppy, cared for, and loved. It sounds to me like the owner just wanted a call to know what happened or apology. Damages to the vehicle could even have been discussed by looking for the name/number on the collar. It's not the owners fault or drivers fault. The dog was hunting, doing what it was trained to do from a puppy. One can only hope and pray nothing will happen when releasing their dogs into the woods. I highly doubt the owner released the dog close to the road especially if the owner is concerned about what happened. From experience coon dogs run and sometimes several miles away. That is the whole point of the tracking collar and reflective name collar. I don't think calling the owner anything for being upset is fair.
Glad someone understands where I am coming from. All I really wanted to know was what happened anyway. I understand that no matter where I turn them loose to hunt there is always the possibility of them never coming back. I doubt there was any damage done he was just a pup.

Since: Mar 12

Rolla, MO

#22 Jan 9, 2013
I think it's just common courtesy to try to let the owner know when you hit their dog. Normally I would think you would just have to go to the closest house to let them know without ever coming near the dog tho so I guess this is a little different circumstance. Still I would stop and make sure the dog was dead and not just laying there suffering.
fakey spotter

Rolla, MO

#23 Jan 9, 2013
Lee wrote:
Personally I would stop for a dog. Yes, that is a risk you take when you go coon hunting with animals and let them loose. The dogs are going to run, potentially come across roads, and could possibly get hit. And yes the owner of the dog is responsible for damages. That dog was someone's animal that was raised from a puppy, cared for, and loved. It sounds to me like the owner just wanted a call to know what happened or apology. Damages to the vehicle could even have been discussed by looking for the name/number on the collar. It's not the owners fault or drivers fault. The dog was hunting, doing what it was trained to do from a puppy. One can only hope and pray nothing will happen when releasing their dogs into the woods. I highly doubt the owner released the dog close to the road especially if the owner is concerned about what happened. From experience coon dogs run and sometimes several miles away. That is the whole point of the tracking collar and reflective name collar. I don't think calling the owner anything for being upset is fair.
Hi coonhunter.
If your dog comes in my yard you will never see it again. No cars involved.

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