So, yesterday my Egyptian rooster jumped the fence and was killed by one of my dogs. This was unusual because my dogs are usually very good around the chickens. The little papillon sometimes chases them but shes so small it would be hard for her to do much damage. The Doberman is usually very gentle with them. I found the Doberman licking the roo's body at the back door. I think it had been less than an hour that he had been dead. I picked up the body and put him in a trash bag, froze him, trying to decide if I would process him for the dogs to eat or put him in the trash on Friday AM. Will he be ok for the dogs to eat raw if I thaw him, skin and gut him? I should have processed him before freezing him, I know, but it was really, really hot out and I didn't want to deal with it. I mean, it was over 110 degrees. So, I figured, if I chilled the body well, it would be ok until later, at least for dog food. Will be interesting to see what it looks like, they appear to have black skin like a Silky. I'm not too upset about losing this rooster, he was getting aggressive with my hens, leading everyone over my fences into the garden and was very loud, at least compared to my two OEGB Roos. I'd already been considering culling him. I just hope my dog doesn't make a habit of killing chickens. I doubt that she will. She didn't seem to know what to do with him and seemed very anxious, going in and out of the doggy door, which is why I discovered him when I did.