I think it would be interesting to see the account of this. What kind of animals did you lose?I've personally lost 2 animals this past year to neighbors dogs who they thought could track deer.
From the sounds of your post it sounds like these dogs are loose quite a bit. Not just for tracking a deer.G.C. Archer said:We lost a few ducks and chickens which isn't "live stock" but they run the neighbors cattle nonetheless. We filed no police report no, because they're our neighbors and our friends. Stuff happens, you get over it. As for our neighbor who has the cattle, he shoots at them. Like I said I don't give a hoot about tracking dogs but they need to be kept under control. On my property no neighbor is considered "trespassing". Hunt if you want, track if you want. I'm not complaining about tracking dogs by any means because it was chickens and ducks...not a big deal or worth putting a dog down for or issuing a major fine. Where I'm from it's not about that. All I'm stating is I've seen it happen with those who carelessly take their dogs out "for a walk" when they wound a deer. To say all tracking dogs will be kept on a leash and will behave accordingly is absurd...they're animals..