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workin it 02-22-2013 12:58 PM

American Bull dog mix Piglet killer
 
Free... Just took delivery of my kids piglet for 4H and the freakin dog jumped over the fence and killed the pig. Needs to be picked up today as it won't be an issue tomorrow.

Shasta Frog 02-22-2013 1:15 PM

Huh?

DirtyDave 02-22-2013 1:18 PM

Sounds like a good Catch Dog. Somebody swoop him up before the dude puts the dog down.


Here's mine
http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d1.../JoeyPig-2.jpg

chillincody 02-22-2013 1:20 PM

How small is your fence ?? cant really see a bulldog jumpin high enough to get over a fence

zuchaka 02-22-2013 1:20 PM

kinda confused are you giving away a dog cause it killed your neighbors pig ?

bill_k_lopez 02-22-2013 1:22 PM

Is it free dogs or free bacon?

zuchaka 02-22-2013 1:28 PM

lol

DirtyDave 02-22-2013 2:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chillincody (Post 10613188)
How small is your fence ?? cant really see a bulldog jumpin high enough to get over a fence

AMERICAN Bulldog is not like the Short Fat English bulldog that you are probably thinking of.

workin it 02-22-2013 2:43 PM

DirtyDave, I agree with you this guy would make someone a good pig dog. Its mother has killed 7 racoons so it runs in the family. I just can't have a dog killing livestock and I got to buy another 4H pig.

brantly04 02-22-2013 2:48 PM

It's about as big as a boxer. I had a female growin up and she was one mean *****. Couldn't swim to save her life, drowned in a neighbors pool (she had a brain tumor which probably aided in her drowning)

http://www.dtdogcollars.com/v/vspfil...an_bulldog.jpg


That's an image from google, not of my old dog.

philobeddoe 02-22-2013 2:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by workin it (Post 10612991)
Free... Just took delivery of my kids piglet for 4H and the freakin dog jumped over the fence and killed the pig. Needs to be picked up today as it won't be an issue tomorrow.

you're the one who put a piglet where the dog could get at it,
why don't you sleep on it and build a better pig enclosure

no offense intended

180ls1 02-22-2013 3:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by philobeddoe (Post 10614033)
you're the one who put a piglet where the dog could get at it,
why don't you sleep on it and build a better pig enclosure

no offense intended

I am sure he has thought of it and it is easier for everyone involved to just not have it around anymore.

chillincody 02-22-2013 3:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DirtyDave (Post 10613785)
AMERICAN Bulldog is not like the Short Fat English bulldog that you are probably thinking of.

Yeap your right I was thinking about english BD oops:o

zuchaka 02-22-2013 3:25 PM

I have seen boxers and American bulldogs jump over pretty high fences and since we don't know how tall his fence is, it might be cost prohibitive to fix the problem

Quinc 02-22-2013 3:27 PM

Maybe the dog was board and thought it was playing? :shrug:

180ls1 02-22-2013 3:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zuchaka (Post 10614351)
I have seen boxers and American bulldogs jump over pretty high fences and since we don't know how tall his fence is, it might be cost prohibitive to fix the problem

Yeah and just hard on relations with the neighbor if they have kids that have to see the dog that murdered their pig every day, or something like that.

workin it 02-22-2013 3:33 PM

philobeddoe

you're the one who put a piglet where the dog could get at it,
why don't you sleep on it and build a better pig enclosure

no offense intended

Sir, no offense taken, the pig was in an fenced in area. The mother of the dog has never tried to jump the 3 plus feet into the pig area before and we have rasied a pig for 4H for the last 3 years.

Living in the country I have learned some dogs take to killing livestock. They kill for the pleasure not to eat. In the country when dogs start attackig your livestock they are put down. Its just a ranch life fact.

philobeddoe 02-22-2013 3:34 PM

I understand.

bill_k_lopez 02-22-2013 3:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 180ls1 (Post 10614388)
Yeah and just hard on relations with the neighbor if they have kids that have to see the dog that murdered their pig every day, or something like that.

Its a 4H pig - where do you think its eventually going? To live in the house with the kids???
(Google 3049 East Vernon Avenue Vernon, CA for the answer)

zuchaka 02-22-2013 3:36 PM

ya i had not idea what a 4H pig was til just now ...thanks google

180ls1 02-22-2013 3:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bill_k_lopez (Post 10614470)
Its a 4H pig - where do you think its eventually going? To live in the house with the kids???
(Google 3049 East Vernon Avenue Vernon, CA for the answer)

Ah so that makes it ok for the dog to kill animals and then the meat gets wasted. Got it.

Looking back now i realize it was his pig and not a neighbors.


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