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My Dog Is Chasin&killing Neighbor's Chickens- Any Suggestions

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One day its chickens and the next day it might be a child.

I love dogs, but I hate owners that cannot control them.

Fence your yard up, pay the neighbor for every chicken your dog kills, plus interest and start behaving responsible. You know what you need to do !

If I was your neighbor, I would already have fixed the chicken killing issue... They just may take that action soon, so be prepared for what happens and understand why it happened.

As you said and some posters have missed it... You dogs are in their land now....

Point well taken. I did pay the neighbor for the chicken. So far, the neighbors are pretty understanding. I'm very aware of what the neighbors can do, so I want them to know I'm pro-active so they won't have to resort to that.

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was taught dog training in the old style of snap and crack, hard core dog training, instant response from the animal to commands from the handler, nothing less accepted.

now i wish i had been trained in canine handling in the modern way of positive reinforcement.

with a livestock killer it is a hard trait to break, in australia if you have a dog which is a threat to livestock its life is generally very short.

i knew a lady who is a far better handler than i ever was, it took her a year of effort to desensitize a dog to chickens.

for the OP, fence a compound for the dog in question, pay damages to the neighbour, and dont complain if it gets out and kills livestock again and the village copper comes round and puts a bullet in it.

had a dog nearby which bit a child, compensation was paid, dog bit another child later, this time the local copper dispatched the dog.

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I've seen this work! Hang a chicken around its neck till the chicken rots and falls off. When this didn't work the dog was destroyed.

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1) Fence for your plot and a gate!

2) Shoot your dog

3) Chickens of your neighbor entering your land are trespassing illegal and end in the soup!

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I'd like to borrow your dog to teach my dog!

My land is over run with neighbors filthy, destructive chickens.

They sh*t all over everything, dig up my landscape and vege garden, track mud all over and steal the dog's food.

Why can't Thais confine their chickens in a coop as people do in every other country I have been in?

These filthy birds spread diseases as well as cause damage to property!

The only good chicken is the cooked one on your plate!

Scratch your dog's belly for me and tell him to keep up the good work!

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Simple. Fence in your yard and/or get a chain, attach it to his collar and make sure the chain only goes as far as your property line. If anything crosses that line it's fair game to the dog. That'll teach whoever owns those chickens or whatever to keep his shit in check, too.

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Simple. Fence in your yard and/or get a chain, attach it to his collar and make sure the chain only goes as far as your property line. If anything crosses that line it's fair game to the dog. That'll teach whoever owns those chickens or whatever to keep his shit in check, too.

Then you have a "mad" dog runing around and jerking its chain, and you can't put anything in the radius of the chain or it'll get entangled.

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Fence of your property, any chicken coming on your property are your dog's toys, otherwise you keep on paying for the chickens

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