Well, I let my silkie chickens that were 9 weeks old Friday kinda free range today and took off there little run, my dad came home early on Saturdays and left my dog out while he was cutting the lawn. I was sitting inside watching T.V. and I couldn't hear anything and didn't know what was going on, I heard collar tags shaking and thought my neighbors dog was out there so I ran and saw my own dog chasing the chickens, I very distinctifly rough tone said "Alvin!" about two three times then he came couragin to me with shaky eyes wide open I didn't see Ginger all I saw was Baby and Sammy running to a near tree then I saw Ginger lying motionless on the fresh cut grass I ran to her she was gasping for air, she was the smallest of the three and had curled toes I figured that is what brought her to her death as she could not run fast enough with the others, I craddled her in my hands while gasping for air. She blank once, twice, then she was gone. There were no big injures other then a clip to the wing, I guessed my dog was shaking her very hardly like chew toy and broke her back because there was no other injures. I screamed to my Dad "The dog killed the chicken!" Then he turned off the mower and came to me as if he was going to hit me and told me it was my fault, I am sitting there crying over my baby dieing and he sits there telling me I killed him its my fault and I told him you know the dogs that way and the chickens were out ! Then hes telling me how cruel and I should be shot when I had no intensions for any of this to happen and tryed to scold the dog and he says the dog did nothing and its not his fault I said alright ya its not the dogs fault, its yours you let him out and knew he would tear those chickens like a chew toy. After that he just sas ya ya whatever, he hasn't anything back yet cause he knows I am right. I have only a couple pictures of her I should have been more up to date but I will love her and miss her and she will know she was brought up in a good family who loved her the way she was flaws and all.