Last night somebodies dogs scared our sheep off the property through the fence and also our horses. Our sheep came right back home but our poor horses got chased through the fence and then chased 5 more miles!!!!! I am so MAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! If I had seen the dog I would have shot it myself but we did not see the dog only saw all of it's tracks chasing right behind the horses and all over the pasture. There was snow which made following the tracks fairly easy thankfully. We followed the dogs and horses tracks for 5 miles through corn fields and gravel roads before we found the terrified but luckily pretty much unharmed horses just at the opening of deer shotgun season today. I was so scared one of us or our horses would be shot. I had hunter orange on and called the neighbor's to tell them I would be in their field and they told all the hunter's coming to their place to be on the lookout for us and our horses. Finally we caught them in a fenced off corn field only about a mile from the highway. I am so upset and I would have SSS that dog if only I had seen what dog it was. This is the 1st time we have ever had this problem and I really hope it never ever happens again. The fence is still torn down as we were exhausted after the chase but the horses are safely put in a smaller pen and the sheep are locked tightly in a stall until we can fix all the torn down fencing. Luckily we has electric tape that broke instead of barbed wire that would have torn the heck out of the animals that would of went through that instead. The horses have minor cuts but nothing major and I am very thankful for that but mad it even happened in the 1st place. I do know 3 dogs that are not at fault and those are our 3 dogs who were all in the house where they belong and not out chasing people's livestock and pets. Now if only the neighbor's would not let their dog's roam all over the place. I am 99.9% sure it was their dogs but unfornuntaly I have no proof and am not about to start a war without 100% proof it was their dog. My chickens were all safe in their barn but they were squaking and upset about all the noise outside.