This time they didn't get any of my animals. They attacked another neighbor's dog. The owner of the victim dog was taking him for a walk. When she got to the end of her driveway, she saw the RR's and turned to get her dog back to the house. They weren't fast enough. The RR's barreled right up her drive and attacked her dog. There are now 3 ridgebacks. Last year there were only 2. The last thing those people needed was another dog! The owner of the RR's just stood there in his yard and watched while this woman tried to get these dogs apart. What a man, huh? The victim dog is a lab or lab cross (at least that's what he looks like) and weighs about 120 pounds. His size is the only thing that saved him. The lab managed to grab the most aggressive dog's neck and pin him while the other 2 continued to attack him. The dog survived, but suffered lacerations. The poor thing. He is normally just a big lazy lug. He was fighting for his life and to protect his master. He was taken to the vet. He will survive. The Sheriff's office is involved. I hope that this time the dogs are put down. The woman;s adult son came and told me about it last night. He and his 5 year old child live there too. I thank God that the child wasn't out alone playing with the dog when the attack happened. If a child had tried to save the dog and break up the fight, I'm sure it would have ended tragically. For anybody that isn't familiar with the problems I had last year with these dogs, here are some links. https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=99139 https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=128754 If anybody wants to cry for these dogs because it's not their fault, please remember that their lives are not any more valuable than the pets belonging to other people that they have injured or killed. It is their owners' fault that they are mentally defective and vicious dogs, but the damage is done. They aren't safe. I hope that they are humanely destroyed and that the owners are serverely punished. It's too bad that we can't euthanise the owners.