I had two chickens who were about 3 months old. One of them was relatively small even for her young age. They usually stay in a large coop but they like to wander around sometimes. They were wandering around only for a few minutes when i walked like 5 feet away to get new water for them and i turn back around and my dog had the smallest chicken in its mouth. It was dead of course. I have 2 dogs, a corgi/border collie mix and a rhodesian ridgeback mix. The corgi has always been good around the animals but the ridgeback is pretty hyper and she's also really big. She's been around small animals since we've had her, but has never killed one until now. She's not very smart and doesnt even seem to realize what she did. Since I didn't see it I don't know if she was just trying to play with the chicken or was actually trying to kill it. The big problem is with the dog. I figure I have to get rid of her now, considering I have 2 adult rhode island reds, 1 other 3month old, and 3 chicks in a brooder right now. Not only that but we also have an adult goose and 3 goslings who are outside. Is getting rid of the dog the best option or is it possible to train her to behave around small animals? Or is it better to just keep her away from the other animals? This dog has a lot of behavior issues and would be very hard to get a home for. Any advice would be appreciated.