A friend of mine owns two dogs, a 2yr old Shepheard mix and a 6 month old Husky. He came home last night to find that the dogs had broken into his bunny cage and mauled the poor bunny to death. He said that the bunny was ripped in two and there was blood everywhere. Well, his girlfriend was hysterical. She wanted him to take both dogs outside and shoot them. They have two small children (3 and 5yrs) so she's worried about their safety. He, on the other hand, loves those dogs and doesn't believe the incident was more than play-time that got out of hand. Both dogs are rescues, but neither dog has ever shown agression towards people or other animals before, although the mix had demonstrated extreme interest in the bunny in the past. He said that sometimes the Husky would sniff the bunny cage and lick the bunny when he'd stick a paw through the bars, but no agression whatsoever. Maggie (the mix) is a female that they've had since she was just a puppy and Gonzo (husky) is a male they recently rescued about 3 months ago, and they have always gotten along with each other and other animals. Maggie has been through obedience training, both basic and advanced, and Gonzo has finished basic/puppy classes, so they are both very well behaved dogs. They're not even really sure if it was both dogs or which dog actually killed the bunny because they were both at work at the time. His girlfriend insists that if they were capable of doing that to the bunny they are vicious dogs and she does not want them around (or alive for that matter). She gave him until tonight to either "dispose" of or to place the dogs, but he's still trying to convince her it was just an accident. Is she right in being worried, or is this behavior a big red flag?