Has anyone seen this? This has happened to us before, we had a husky come to our house and kill 2 geese 3 ducks and 8 chickens early one morning. My father in law managed to grab its collar as it was trying to drag a goose home. see article below: Krum couple censured for killing of two huskies[/b] Man acted within state law to protect chickens 07:27 AM CST on Thursday, December 6, 2007 By Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe / Staff Writer KRUM Tamela and Russell Harper came home from work Friday to find their beloved pets, Roscoe and Sophie, missing. The pair of Siberian huskies had dug under their fence and escaped. It had been a while since the dogs got out, Tamela Harper said. But even when they did, no one in town ever complained. The dogs were loved by the neighborhood children, too, so when they escaped the yard, Russell Harper said, they could usually find them in a couple of places. Neither were aware that day had been the dogs third trip to George and Reyna Kubiceks chicken coop, until, the couple said, George Kubicek told them that hed shot the dogs. The dogs were less than one-quarter mile from home. He told me hed seen the dogs before, killing his chickens, Russell Harper said. Harper said he offered to pay George Kubicek for the chickens before he realized that the man had shot his dogs. Kubicek told police that when he and his wife had found the dogs killing chickens in the coop Friday, he went back into the house to get his Henry Repeating Arms .22-caliber rifle and shot both of the dogs in the head. The first time the dogs raided the coop, they killed nine hens, Reyna Kubicek said. The second time, they killed a rooster and three chicks. The third time, they were raiding nests. She counted eight dead hens, and one missing. Usually they just killed the chickens, and didnt eat them, she said. She was raising chickens for the eggs and no longer has any producing hens. Krum Police Chief Shawn Landers said the Harpers have been critical of the police department for its handling of the situation. Im sympathetic to their loss they loved their dogs, Landers said, but the situation is pretty cut-and-dry. Texas law expressly allows a landowner to protect his livestock, domestic animals or fowls from a dog or coyote attack by killing the animal. In addition, Krum city ordinances require dogs to be on leashes. The Harpers and their friends have contributed to MySpace pages for both dogs, questioning why the city doesnt do more to protect pets. Some supporters have written directly to Krum City Hall. City Hall has received a dozen complaints from as far away as New York and Canada. Police are examining the e-mails, as some of the comments could be perceived as threatening. One e-mail writer claims that a paw-it-forward MySpace chain has been started. Your house will be googled and mapped and your phone number will be distributed, your police record is now public, wrote Jeannie Oakley of Schenectady, N.Y. So as you lay your heartless head on your pillow tonight, just know the list of supporters is growing every minute. Just know, Mr. Kubicek, you will never Rest In Peace. George Kubicek was arrested but never tried on a charge of assaulting a police officer in 2003. He said he didnt want to comment on the incident with the dogs, or the e-mails. Reyna Kubicek said she understands why the Harpers are upset. They loved their dogs, she said. I love my chickens.