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

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Failing all else , send the dogs to Sakhon Nakhon .

You have to train dogs not to kill chickens , take them on a lead among chickens with a stick in your other hand .

If you haven't got a secure fence yet , you will need to chain you dogs so they can't roam .

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It seems you have become one of those neighbors that people like to complain about.

I love dogs, don't get me wrong, but, you have 2 choices: fence the dog in (proper fence or electric......escape proof is key) or put the dog down. If you do nothing, they will take care the second option for you and I am sure it will not be painless.

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buy a bullet proof vest for the dog or hide the evidence very well

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An old treatment that works pretty well.

1... Purchase a sacrificial chicken.

2... get hold of the hottest mustard or chili paste available

3...Plaster the chicken with the paste and let it go near the offending dog , he wont forget the lesson in a hurry.

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Get new Neighbors!!

Why are your dogs out of your Yard, FOOL

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Your neighbours are biding their time until they can poison both your dogs.

Best to buy them new chickens and compensate them before they act.

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Maybe best you do something like fence your dog in before someone poisons them. Maybethe dead chickentied to the dog may work. The thing is the chickens msy be worth more to your neighbours thsn you think. I would put the dog on a lead and wslk him past the chickens giving him a strong yank and no..but this dhould have been fone ss a puppy. You could aldo get some chickens yourself so he gets used to them. Good luck

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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... Your dogs are in their land now....

I am often gobsmacked at some of the posts in this forum but this one really take the cake - as the poster above clearly and wisely has pointed out it is YOUR responsibility.

In life people do one of three things:

1. They lay Blame

2. They Justify

3. They Take Responsibility

I strongly suggest that it is time you start to do the latter.

What on earth makes you think you have the right to let your dog roam free when it is doing this?

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if i was your neighboor and your dog would come to kill my livelyhood, your dog might get the vietnamese threatment and you might be next

life is cheap in thailand, never forget, farang

just kidding, shoot your dog

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I have nearly two rai and had the same problem with our four golden retrievers.

I fenced the entire parcel of land and they cannot get out.

You might have to consider fencing at least a small portion of your land for this reason.

Even on ones own land dogs should be restrained / restricted (and I am not suggesting CHAINED UP guitar.gif)

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Hay man send the dog to me as I have the opposite problem with the neighbours chickens "invading" our place. Our dog seems to think they are his friends and just plays with them.

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Almost nothing you can do. Once they kill they will keep on. If you have a friend in town where they can keep him away from animals ...otherwise put him down before he gets you in real trouble or your neighbors decide to BBQ him...

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My grandfather's solutions were tie a dead chicken he has killed onto the dogs back on his shoulders and just leave it there for a few days. If that doesn't stop the habit insert a small piece of lead on one ear.

There could be a Thai ghost inside the dog,

find the village wisewoman and tell her your problems,

give her many baht to help the dog.

If this doesn't work there are many farangs who actually make a living as 'behavioural therapists' for dogs and cats,

pay them lots of baht to have long, kind, in-depth disscussions and conversations with your dog.

They are well known for keeping the owners updated on progress and how the little fella is coming along.

If that doesn't work, buy 'chicken puppets' with sharp beaks and have the local children terrorise the dog for a month with them, pay the children lots of baht.

If all that fails at least you will have many new wealthy friends :)

But I like the old-school solution with the dead chicken, that rocks.

Buy a dead chicken off your neighbor... yessssss... pay her lots of baht! :D

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Almost nothing you can do. Once they kill they will keep on. If you have a friend in town where they can keep him away from animals ...otherwise put him down before he gets you in real trouble or your neighbors decide to BBQ him...

Yes, one day you will be sleeping after too many beer in the hot sun and your dog will be also suffering a bit of the ol' heat stroke and will unfortunatley think you are a big fat yummy chicken. :D

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