My neighbourghs dogs (of wich everyone on the street complains about) came over while I was gone yeasterday, dessimated my small coop and killed my faveorite EE rooster and his hen. NOT only di the dog kill them, but he didnt even eat them! They were just squeaky toys and when they stopped struggling, just left them there for me to find! They left all manner of foot prints and I know teak put up a fight because his feathers were in multiple places. He was a PET when he was out he follwed me around he allways begged for treat, and loved having his muff petted. There are leash laws in GA and in Thomas county where i live that animal control seems to ignore. I am about to take it in my own hands. I am infuriated! BOSTON GA ENFORCE YOUR LEASH LAWS!!! Luckily, being in GA I leagaly am within my rights to kill the dog if I catch it in the act. § 4-8-5. Performing cruel acts on, or harming, maiming or killing dogs (a) No person shall perform a cruel act on any dog; nor shall any person harm, maim, or kill any dog, or attempt to do so, except that a person may: (1) Defend his person or property, or the person or property of another, from injury or damage being caused by a dog; or (2) Kill any dog causing injury or damage to any livestock or poultry. (b) The method used for killing the dog shall be designed to be as humane as is possible under the circumstances. A person who humanely kills a dog under the circumstances indicated in subsection (a) of this Code section shall incur no liability for such death. (c) This Code section shall not be construed to limit in any way the authority or duty of any law enforcement officer, dog or rabies control officer, humane society, or veterinarian. Laws 1969, p. 831, § 5. RIP Teak-o Luckily, even though they tried, they did not get in the big coop, allthough my muscovys face is torn up and my ameraucana roosters comb is torn up in their defense of it. because the dog did manage to dig between the railroad ties and the door.