Considering officially making Badger's breeder's name part of his name on town registration and rescue paperwork. O'neil Hill Mini Farm's Badger has a majestic ring to it. I'm not sure I'd leave reviews on her google/fb/yelp pages if you haven't been there though. There's also still that legal risk-Massholes and all. I'm not sure you'd need to. She doesn't make herself look very good. Deering, Mass sounds like a scary place.
It was fun reading the last couple of responses last night. I really needed a smile.
I've been having more trouble with the puppy. He's dangerous and needs to be put down. My vet is out of town, but I'll ask him to do it when he gets back. Until then, Badger is tied to a tree and staying there. I may tie him in the barn at night for shelter so he doesn't freeze.
Without Badger to chase and bite her Bailey has been running around being beautiful and happy, and took the opportunity to introduce herself to the lamancha bucks when I was doing their water. She likes them a lot. They are her size. I wish I got a picture of that. That dog smiles.
Anyway, wish me luck. I hope the vet doesn't think I'm a cop out, but I have to keep me and my family safe.
In my opinion it doesn't really matter what the vet thinks, he's not the one living it. If Badger is dangerous at your house where he's familiar with your family and property, he's not going to be less dangerous elsewhere.