Who poo is this

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by silly4buttons, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. silly4buttons

    silly4buttons Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I went outside to day and found this poo maybe 9 inches where I keep my chickens there where one set of tracks I didn't get a pic of them please tell me it's just a dog

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  2. falconertomt

    falconertomt Out Of The Brooder

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    Hard to tell without a size comparison, but it looks canine.
     
  3. suebee

    suebee Speaks Silkie Fluently

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    Sorry, but I can't stop laughing. This post struck me as funny and admit I get concerned over odd poops. I agree it's dog poop, up close and personal. Macro setting for sure.
    Chicken owners should be paranoid! I had little round ones right outside the pop door this morning. Stared at it for a while and realized it was squirrel poop.

    Wonder if anyone on here has a predator poop picture chart? It should be a sticky.
     
  4. silly4buttons

    silly4buttons Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Sorry, but I can't stop laughing. This post struck me as funny and admit I get concerned over odd poops. I agree it's dog poop, up close and personal. Macro setting for sure.
    Chicken owners should be paranoid! I had little round ones right outside the pop door this morning. Stared at it for a while and realized it was squirrel poop.

    Wonder if anyone on here has a predator poop picture chart? It should be a sticky.[/quote

    It's ok you can laugh. is live across the street from conservation land and I have seen coyote and deers turkey's and some big fat jiggle thing come out of my garage and a few years ago there was a small bear running
     
  5. suebee

    suebee Speaks Silkie Fluently

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    Yikes! I don't blame you for keeping an eye on any foreign poop! I've been lucky to free range my silkies w/out any predator attacks for the past 10 years but I always keep my eyes and ears open. My Golden Retriever patrols the yard and watches over them too.
     
  6. falconertomt

    falconertomt Out Of The Brooder

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