**Graphic** pic. food stealing varmit, chicken killer ** GRAPHIC**

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by countryboy, May 31, 2008.

  1. countryboy

    countryboy Songster

    Oct 31, 2007
    so my dogs kept coming up short on food in their bowls and ones nose had been torn open, not bad just jagged cut. they finally treed this one at night and he fell out of the tree the next morning. He isn't an angel and never will be.
    dogs got to play with it also. now I have to treat them for fleas and lice.
    sausage anyone?
  2. Buster

    Buster Back to Work

    [​IMG] Glad that thing didn't get your chickens. Throw those dogs a bone or two for me.
  3. countryboy

    countryboy Songster

    Oct 31, 2007
    I had made the pic bigger the shot pierced its vertebra and jug, good clean and fast.
  4. Justino

    Justino ♪♫ Rockin' Rooster ♪♫

    Dec 21, 2007
    [​IMG] way to go!!!


    if that thing was by coop, i would blow the thing up with a gernade! [​IMG]
  5. countryboy

    countryboy Songster

    Oct 31, 2007
    I hope you don't ever have to deal with anything like that raccoon Justino the are really mean when they decide they want something or are cornered.
  6. I raised a raccoon once. They can bite REALLY hard -no matter how small they are.
  7. BrahmaMama

    BrahmaMama Songster

    Jan 8, 2008
    South Dakota
    Those guys give me the chills, lookin at them....just imagining the damage they can do!
  8. countryboy

    countryboy Songster

    Oct 31, 2007
    yes they can tear up everything and anyone, the first shot I got on him didn't take him out, he was wiry and shuffled as I squeezed off the first round still hit him but not good enough.
    I couldn't believe how one of the dogs tore into it when it hit the ground, by they way it was the one that got her nose ripped.
  9. did you make raccoon sausage? ewww.

    Are the dogs up to date on their rabies shot? If not, I would take them in for a booster shot.
  10. SpottedCrow

    SpottedCrow Flock Goddess

    Exactly my question sundown...

    You did well getting it.

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