So my birds had been out for about 30 minutes this morning. They range in the woods along the edge of our property. I was sitting at the kitchen table when I see a blur of white coming out of the woods on the tail of my ducks. I grab coat, handgun and boots and dress as I'm running out the door. This is about 150 yards from the house. I fire a shot in the dogs direction as I'm climbing over the fence to at least distract it. Then through the woods I go. I got to the back of the property line and see the dog in our back neighbor's pasture (not his dog) I fire another shot and it takes off. I then see the remnants of a chicken. Very little left. As I go closer, I see remnants of another. So I have lost another BO hen and what I think was a blue JG hen. I came in and got the car keys to drive around to that side to see if I could find out where the dog went but I didn't see it. It was a Pyrenees and there are a number of them around here. If I knew whose it was I'd go talk to them but I have no idea. When I got home, I got my husband's rifle, dressed more warmly since I'm already sick and headed out to the woods again. Worst part is there is tons of thorny brush there, I'm scared to look at my legs even though I had pants on. I can't find 4 of my JG, 3 hens and a roo and I saw one of my EE hens in the woods but she wouldn't come over, everyone else is accounted for. I'm hoping they are just hunkered down somewhere. Now I need to figure out where I'm going to let the birds roam. It sucks being on land that they can't use because of predators. I'm somewhat understanding of hawks and coyotes, though I would kill a coyote but domestic dogs killing my birds is intolerable for me. This is the second time someone's dogs have gotten onto the property and killed a few of my birds. It seems like this dog came across about 10 acres to enter our property. So, tomorrow morning, I'm caging a hen and gonna sit out in the woods and hope the dog comes back. For the last time. I really needed to vent.