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Have You Ever Had A Dog Killed?

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Can you not just shoot the baboons? From a safe distance with a 50 cal machine gun ;0). They were becoming a problem in some parts of Saudi when i was there in the 90s, where they were kept as pets when small then released when there teeth became as long as carving knives. Powerful pack animals i wouldnt like to meet a pissed off adult face to face

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we're tried everything but unless you want to wait out all day and only shoot one or two. With dogs they put them up trees and power lines we keep up with the dogs on bikes and the cruiser if you can shoot more then five in a week then they don't come back for a while, but shoot one and they're but the next day.

 

and it is good fun

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Why would you want to shoot them when you can use proper dogs and hunt them some dogs die hunting dangerous game but I bet if they had the chance they would do it again there brave animals doing what they love

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yes mate i was out with the bull greyhound last week took on a black bear and to my suprise he lost and was killed haha lol :laugh::victory: loads of bears in cumbria

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Why would you want to shoot them when you can use proper dogs and hunt them some dogs die hunting dangerous game but I bet if they had the chance they would do it again there brave animals doing what they love

Because the mans going to have a high turnover of dogs otherwise,a male baboon will face off a leopard,so it's going to rip a dog a new arsehole very quickly.

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I was wondering why a hound or baying type wasnt employed, personally Id be gutted loosing so many dogs... I work my dogs, but I also quite like them lol

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baying dogs dont really work with baboons they change there behaviour to suit. our dogs put them up trees but when we arrive they jump into the dogs because the understand that we shoot them, if that dog cant defend its self or help the other dogs it will get, hurt the same with pigs if they bay them in the bush it takes us a long time to get there and thats when bad things happen

 

a big male baboon is stronger faster and much cleaver then any dog I've seen them wait for smaller baboons to get caught by the dogs then when there mouths are full they jump in

 

its not easy like hunting furry people ;)

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my grandfathers dog was killed by a monkey .........he hunted that monkey down..........hung the monkey when he caught it .....the rest is history ;)

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One of my dogs was killed by a leopard in the woods down the road from my house once. A tremendous battle it was, borderline epic but Flossy the yorkie just couldnt handle this big black beast and died a warriors death bleeding out from a torn ear!

 

I don't tell people though as they won't believe me!

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my grandfathers dog was killed by a monkey .........he hunted that monkey down..........hung the monkey when he caught it .....the rest is history ;)

LOL HARTLEPOOL

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so now you know scothunter.........sssshhhhh they still blame the french :angel:

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so now you know scothunter.........sssshhhhh they still blame the french :angel:

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