Loving the herd life
- Dec 19, 2012
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- Kamloops, BC, Canada
Yeah that is probably my biggest concern...the only reason I was even thinking about it is because the City property he's on was a former jail and has a fully contained 11 foot high chainlink fence around the perimeter but somehow the coyotes are getting in so there must be a way in (Maybe slinking into the river to get around the fence). Plus I didn't want them to get confused with what is their property. I will see what he does - I like the suggestion of the Kangal/Anatolian.Southern by choice said:woodsie- with the history of your escape artists I would not recommend this. Your dogs should remain with your animals. I am always in favor of helping out another but... this IMO could cause more issues with your own dogs.
Update: We sometimes take the dogs on a leash to pee on different stuff around our property and Samson once we made the rounds will actually go back to the pen on his own, I think he is aftually bonding with the sheep and goats! Winnie not so much, I still have to drag her back into the pen, she just wants to play with the kids and sniff the bunnies.