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Well this explains the last few days of rancid gas...

Hubby caught Red dragging around a half-eaten rotten raccoon carcass today =/

Red has been really whiney and not wanting to be in the house for the past couple days, and I just though he was being a pain in the ass for no reason, but apparently its because he stashed the body out there and kept wanting to go outside and play with it...

Who knows how he got this raccoon, usually animals stay out of the yard because of him. He's up to date on rabies, but I boostered it again today just to be safe. I'd like to submit the raccoon head into MSU for rabies testing to be on the safe side, but I don't want to handle it while pregnant, and hubby is too much of a wuss to do it lol

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My came trotting to me happy as can be this a deer leg(rear)... still pretty fresh.

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One time we got home and Lottie was standing around looking verrry sorry for herself and had really bad diarrhoea and gas, cleared up by evening so we thought nothing of it, next day she has it again! Decide to follow the dogs to see what they are up to.... They were trotting off down to a back paddock where my grandfather had buried some calves that had died, and they had dug them up and were eating the 2 week old bodies bleeeeh


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My came trotting to me happy as can be this a deer leg(rear)... still pretty fresh.
Ew!! Red found a deer leg once out on a walk, but it was old and covered in maggots. /gag

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lol yeah, and what a tasty meal - the entire back half of a fat raccoon!



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One time we got home and Lottie was standing around looking verrry sorry for herself and had really bad diarrhoea and gas, cleared up by evening so we thought nothing of it, next day she has it again! Decide to follow the dogs to see what they are up to.... They were trotting off down to a back paddock where my grandfather had buried some calves that had died, and they had dug them up and were eating the 2 week old bodies bleeeeh
ugh.... turns my stomach just thinking about it! I swear, you'd think we never fed them, that they'd have to go eat dead rotten things!



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squirrels, birds and opossums mostly

Oh gosh one time Luci was not wanting to come in and I had to be at work so I go out there and make her come in, well as she's trotting up to me I keep thinking I see "something" wiggle on her face...... she gets up to me and it was a squirrel tail, still twitching. I have no clue what happened to the rest of Mr. Squirrel

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Just be glad you don't have a doggy door or he might have brought it in the house for show and tell.

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Oh gosh one time Luci was not wanting to come in and I had to be at work so I go out there and make her come in, well as she's trotting up to me I keep thinking I see "something" wiggle on her face...... she gets up to me and it was a squirrel tail, still twitching. I have no clue what happened to the rest of Mr. Squirrel
Poor squirrel wasn't quite fast enough! Sometimes I think they deserve it the way they dip and dive around the trees instead of just going up one of them. It's all fun and games til someone loses a tail!

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Just be glad you don't have a doggy door or he might have brought it in the house for show and tell.
oh god that would be horrific! He could've brought it into the garage though, but I think he was hiding it on purpose because he knew as soon as we found it, we'd take it away. Sneaky...



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Lol, Luci was proud of that squirrel..... the only thing she's sneaky with is dirty socks and she will steal my hubby's undies out of the bathroom while he showers sometimes.... I keep telling him to pick them up or she will get them, almost 2 years and he still hasn't learned.

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Oh and another time I was out visiting my parents and talking the dogs for a walk through the paddocks, Lottie was running around chewing something (tossing her head around in joy and prancing) while Libby was running next to her trying to steal it, couldn't see what it was but then saw a bit of orange plastic looking stuff in her mouth so thought I better get it off her. Call her over, she very reluctantly comes but has her mouth shut tight... Wrestle her mouth open (not a chance she was going to "give") and get the object out, turn it over in my hands a few times trying to figure out what it is.... A bit of orange rubber stuck around something.... Hmmmmmmmm.... Then it hits me, the calves just had their testicles banded awhile ago and I am holding a pair of dried up, dropped off testicles with the banding ring still on. Decide I may as well take it to the rubbish as I don't want the dogs to eat the ring, all the way back to the house they are both offering every trick they can think of hahaha


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Gag me, that is so gross, and I thought the pomegrant (sp?) that got ripped up in my office last week was bad! Good luck disposing of the dead road kill....lol!
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Rabbits and birds mostly. I feel bad for the birds.. I had robins for a bit before they got sick of all their fledglings getting eaten, now its cardinals. Can't really stop them from nesting in the yard. The rabbit warrens are empty now, but my terriers will still catch the odd one while on leash (the rabbits are pretty stupid around here)

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A friend of mine leaves her back door open when the weather is nice so that the dogs can come and go. She walked into the tv room of her house a couple of weeks ago and stumbled upon a dead as a doornail squirrel on the floor. Dogs had brought her a nice little prize.

My terriers killed a rabbit in the back of the yard about two winters ago, but I hadn't realized they'd made a kill. Chase kept going out and then would take FOREVER to come back in. He usually has a good recall, so I didn't know what he was doing. Well, he had been snacking for about three days. Yum, yum, yum!!


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One of the top 5 inexplicable questions of the universe:

Why do dogs eat the things they eat?

The *best* thing mine have found was a rancid remnant of a fox--skull and a strip of fur from all the way down the fox's back. Kip found it, and dropped it very reluctantly when told to, then Miss Capri Thief stole it out from under his nose and took off. They had a merry little chase scene, and managed to crunch up most of the skull before I got it from them. The skull still had brain tissue in it (ick, ick, ick).


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It would be exceedingly difficult to top that.

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One afternoon, about a month ago, I watched as a hawk murdered a pigeon in our yard. It was beautiful at the same time as disgusting, as we still had to deal with the body of the pigeon.

Luckily, Jaina was at daycamp that day.

That being said, she tends to find all KINDS of things around the yard - the previous homeowners left tons of garbage everywhere. I've been taking extreme advantage of daycamp simply because I want to limit how much stuff she finds before we do.

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Cleo is a Serial Bird Killer. I know of at least 8 in the last 2 years. Most of them full grown birds not younglings and often she gets them after dark. How, I do not know. She is 10 and had 3 ACL surgeries yet somehow she gets them. Tries to bring them in the house too. At last those are the ones I know about. Last one I wasn't able to get away from her before she ate it right in front of me. I'm still scarred from the experience I was trying to trade her the bird for a normally much beloved Milkbone. Well she managed to get the milkbone in front of the bird in her mouth utilizing a drive by style grab, ran away far enough that I couldn't get to her in the time it took her to drop both, eat the milkbone and grab the bird again, then resumed her run with the bird firmly secured back in her mouth. And THEN she proceeded to chew and swallow it just out of my reach but within my eyesight.

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Hubby caught Red dragging around a half-eaten rotten raccoon carcass today =/

Red has been really whiney and not wanting to be in the house for the past couple days, and I just though he was being a pain in the ass for no reason, but apparently its because he stashed the body out there and kept wanting to go outside and play with it...

Who knows how he got this raccoon, usually animals stay out of the yard because of him. He's up to date on rabies, but I boostered it again today just to be safe. I'd like to submit the raccoon head into MSU for rabies testing to be on the safe side, but I don't want to handle it while pregnant, and hubby is too much of a wuss to do it lol

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My girl was chewing on a dead Iguana in the back yard.......I couldn't bring myself to touch it with a napkin so I begged my husband to throw it over the fence in the canal........
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Can't really stop them from nesting in the yard. The rabbit warrens are empty now, but my terriers will still catch the odd one while on leash (the rabbits are pretty stupid around here)
We had a problem with chipmunks when we first moved into this house, but it didn't take long for the chipmunks to "move out or die" once the dog showed up. I hardly ever see them anymore. Cute but destructive little things...

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He usually has a good recall, so I didn't know what he was doing. Well, he had been snacking for about three days. Yum, yum, yum!!
Mmm aged to a fine ripeness.... /shudder

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I hear ya. No part of me can imagine WANTING to eat something rotten. oh and then rolling in it, which I'm sure he did because he smelled like death before he got a bath a few days ago.

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These stories are all, lovely lol.

Is there a way to STOP a doberman from killing live animals??
I used to bottle feed baby squirrels, and do NOT encourage Mariano to chase them. I tell him to leave it, and he does.
If he ever brought me part of my favorite animal, I would prob have a heart attack lol.
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These stories are all, lovely lol.

Is there a way to STOP a doberman from killing live animals??
I used to bottle feed baby squirrels, and do NOT encourage Mariano to chase them. I tell him to leave it, and he does.
If he ever brought me part of my favorite animal, I would prob have a heart attack lol.
YUK!!! You LIKE squirrels????? Why? My dogs pretty much keep them out of the yard for which I am eternally grateful.

And I can't tell you how much I hate it when our clients (our well-meaning clients) at the vet clinic where I work bring us nearly dead hit by cars young stupid squirrels. We aren't even supposed to take them since they are wild animals. The ones that live for awhile are the worst--they have buckets of fleas and squirrel specific lice--the lice crawl off the squirrels and die when the squirrels do but the fleas are aweful and we practically have to decontaminate the entire ward before we can put a cat or dog in it.

Red doesn't have the honor of having found the most disgusting thing to eat--nothing, absolutely nothing was worse than the yearly steer slaughter which happened in the driveway. The local meat market would kill and prepare and hang meat for you but you had to dig a hole for the guts that were not used nor wanted by anyone. Lucky me--I got to dig the hole for about four years and no matter how deep it was or how many rocks I put on top of those guts the family dogs (including, the last year I dug the hole, my first Doberman) would dig them up and eat them--dragging them all over the yard and the front pasture which tended to freak out the horses and was enough to make me gag when I had to go around with a pitch fork gathering up the damned guts and reburying them.

Talk about rancid gas!!!! GAG!
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These stories are thoroughly disgusting! The worst thing Rowan ever brought in was a bird, and I'm pretty sure it was already dead when he found it.

When my last dobe was still alive and I still lived with my parents, he came running up to the back door with a ball in his mouth. I went out onto the deck like, "oh hey...you wanna play fetch?", about to take the ball out of his mouth when I realized it was a squirrel head/skull!! I screamed so loud and went running right back into the house. He dropped the head and looked around, confused, like "what, you're not gonna throw it?". So gross.


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Red doesn't have the honor of having found the most disgusting thing to eat--nothing, absolutely nothing was worse than the yearly steer slaughter which happened in the driveway. The local meat market would kill and prepare and hang meat for you but you had to dig a hole for the guts that were not used nor wanted by anyone. Lucky me--I got to dig the hole for about four years and no matter how deep it was or how many rocks I put on top of those guts the family dogs (including, the last year I dug the hole, my first Doberman) would dig them up and eat them--dragging them all over the yard and the front pasture which tended to freak out the horses and was enough to make me gag when I had to go around with a pitch fork gathering up the damned guts and reburying them.

Talk about rancid gas!!!! GAG!
oh yeah. That is DEFINITELY worse! I wonder who can top that one!

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about to take the ball out of his mouth when I realized it was a squirrel head/skull!! I screamed so loud and went running right back into the house. He dropped the head and looked around, confused, like "what, you're not gonna throw it?". So gross.
I LOL'd at this!



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