kygobbler wrote:Steve, I was guessing the same thing on the critter. I'm starting to think its more like a dog since they said "their pest in control".
Please cara, tell us what the small animal is.
cara wrote:HI Guys, most of you are right, most of them are dogs and some are rabits.
kygobbler wrote:cara wrote:HI Guys, most of you are right, most of them are dogs and some are rabits.
As far as the dogs go, if the dog is friendly and you can get your hands on him catch him and call the dog catcher to come and get him. I had a problem with a neighbor's dogs a few times and ended up putting a small video camera in a car that hooked up to the cigeratte lighter. I want to say it only cost about 30 bucks and I got it at Wally World. I cant remember the name of it but I will check this evening when I get home. The camera is only 1.5" in diameter, 2" long, and with the stand maybe 3" tall. Its a cheaper route than buying a game trail camera that can get very expensive. Plus, we had it run all day a couple of times and it didn't run down the car battery.
Steve_In wrote:If it is a neighbors dog that is running loose I would not be using any kind of gun on it unless it was aggressive. Talk to them before you take any actions. If it is aggressive and the neighbors did not do anything then I would use the rule of SSS, shoot, shovel shut-up. I wish my daughter had MORE fear of dogs as she thinks they are all as easy going as her Shitzu. I realize even a friendly dog can terrorize kids just as if a strange Rottweiler ran up to you and licked you in the face you would be scared. You probably already have the means to record video either with a cell phone or a digital camera. Just have it handy and be out with your kids in when they play in the yard to record their actions. A trail cam probably will not have the coverage you need.
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