I need a way to break my dogs from chickennapping. Please help! My dogs (supposedly American Bull, but . . .) and Austrailian Cattle Dog (or Blue Heeler) have been "playing" with our chickens. First, we found our lovely, possibly male young turkey gutted. Though it was an outside predator so we chalked it up to mistake of not plugging in the fence. We had to move the girls and some of the younger roos to the former dog pen, a 5' high chain link fence - very large area- because the BA roos have become so aggressive that we were beginning to have injuries. First day of the move, one of my EE babies (3-4 mos.) got out and the BH dog got it (her i think). I immediately put up the dog trolley (@ 9 PM)and chained him. A few days later, I found one of the BA girls pretty much gutted in the front yard AND the same baby (Sticky) hiding under my car. I wouldn't have even found it if ds hadn't forgotten his lunch and we had to go back up the driveway. I chained Boots and all was well. We've had the boys chained, letting them off to run and play often, until the BH ran into a car on the highway - he's fine. Yesterday, we let them run and I saw them come home to eat and drink. Something - I don't know what yet - made me look outside and there they were halfway down the quarter mile driveway with Goldie, my (I think) red sex-link. Boots (Bell mix) had Goldie in his mouth while Steel followed I saw him shake and I screamed. Immediately he let go and they moved away. Goldie is good, no injuries except lost feathers on the neck, but . . . How can I or even CAN I break this? We'll be eating the roosters but since there are so many it will take a while and until then, the girls and the few roos must stay where they are. Part of the problem is that they roost on the fence/gate because in the rush of everything, their coop consists of 2 old dog pens covered with a tarp and a ladder with a cover meant for roosting and protection of food. HELP!!!