After that first incident of a dog chasing my kid, in my own private property (my word to god himself), I can gurantee you that not one single dog will ever have such freedom again.WikkiWikki wrote: ↑Feb 12th, 2018 3:54 pmLets take the summer time out of this, lets talk about the now. So how am I supposed to solve this then, sit outside and wait, in sub zero tempertaures, with a gun to shoot them. Not knowing their patterns or times when this happens.
Im being a pushover how, because I dont shoot random dogs? So instead of reporting this animal like I have, I go over with the animals dead carcass. The neighbours know how we feel about this dog, as its been chased out of our yard multiple times, carrying a bat and yellng at it.
I am not in charge of these people, they know what this dog does. Other neighbours have told me as well, that this dog wanders and causes issues.
These days, expecially with the ways laws work, I could get attacked on my property, kill or hurt the dog, and I could get charged for defending myself. Who knows? Im not willing to find that out at this time. But I will find out if things arent changing in the spring.
You seem to talk a tough talk as well. I assume from all this talk you take all matters with your neighbours and use a violent approach to it. Throw them around some?
Or are you all internet talk, no one will know. Personally, who gives a shit
I never once suggested violence (that came from you); but I sure as hell wouldn't have left it to be a continued safety issue today!