I'm just now getting strong in the heart to be able to write about it. Happened 7:55am Sat morning, Feb 25th. Carnage everywhere. Death from two stray lab retrievers, happened in about 5-10 mins! Dogs came back after 4 hours. One died from a .22 bullet, the other limped away. Small satisfaction with this revenge. My lone survivor is a roo, and he's beat up pretty bad, no broken bones but lost a lot of feathers from his back side. Ugly scratches and tooth marks in his skin. Anyway, I was the owner of a Premier1 poultry fence, electric netting. I had gotten complacent and was haphazard in turning the fence on sometimes if I was home. I had gone 8-9 months without predator trouble and got complacent. I'm looking for ideas on how to improve security...besides NOT GETTING COMPLACENT! Lesson learned. Guilt is a powerful teacher. I've heard rumors that chicken owners will employ a goose or two to keep dogs away. Some poultry owners train a Pyrenees or equivalent to guard the chickens? Is the goose story true? I hate to install a permanent fence...I feel it looks so junky. Love my Premier1. Is this enough of a barrier? Should I double fence? I'm searching for any advice y'all may offer.