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Old 06-17-2014, 05:12 AM   #51
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One of my buddies got rid of a wild cat problem with a slingshot.

It's a great solution if you are somewhere you cant shoot a .22.
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Old 06-17-2014, 06:05 AM   #52
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I wouldn't eat a rabbit that's been fed on a manicured lawn all it's life.
Even the ones in the wild are often LOADED with worms.

I shot a couple. Thought I might might make stew or something. Hell no.

Warning. Graphic link of rabbits loaded with worms. http://www.medirabbit.com/EN/GI_dise.../Nematodes.htm
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This squirrel would get as close to the window as he could and just stare at my dog. Swishing his tail and making this chirping sound. Everyday.

Small animals, children, the Fourth of July, thunderstorms, and shadows are all on my **** list now because of my Dachshund.

EDIT: Oh, and doorbells too. Can't forget doorbells...
haha yeah, the swishing of the tail- that's when you know they are doing it on purpose- they come up onto my deck and do it right in front of my sliding glass door.

All those other things have been ruined for me as well including anyone who happens to walk by the front of the house.

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Old 06-17-2014, 07:54 AM   #54
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Why can't you eat them as a ton of people do? Rabbit's are pretty good eating. You should try them sometime.
I've eaten rabbit before (among many other crazier things.) I don't kill em in my lawn although I do have a bunch of them in my neighborhood so it's not an issue for me.
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Old 06-17-2014, 07:56 AM   #55
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Free range rabbit. Shoot it and sell it to the hipsters at the farmers market.
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Old 06-17-2014, 08:17 AM   #56
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Old 06-17-2014, 08:40 AM   #57
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Looks like you need to borrow my puppy. He even brings them to you while your in bed so you know he has killed them.

You guarantee you will never get out of bed faster then when your puppy drops a squirrel on your face.
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I have the same problem in my back yard. I've been letting my 23 pound tabby cat out now and population dropped from 3 rabbits to 1.
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Old 06-17-2014, 09:20 AM   #59
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I have the same problem in my back yard. I've been letting my 23 pound tabby cat out now and population dropped from 3 rabbits to 1.
Do you call him Pot Roast?
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I have the same problem in my back yard. I've been letting my 23 pound tabby cat out now and population dropped from 3 rabbits to 1.
That's twice as big as one of my dogs. I had an ex-girlfriend who had two cats that size and after a certain amount of time when they were all together I would hear me dog yelp cuz they were picking on her- they used to jab her in the face with their front paws. I shouldn't laugh but couldn't help thinking it was funny sometimes.
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That's twice as big as one of my dogs. I had an ex-girlfriend who had two cats that size and after a certain amount of time when they were all together I would hear me dog yelp cuz they were picking on her- they used to jab her in the face with their front paws. I shouldn't laugh but couldn't help thinking it was funny sometimes.
11.5 pound dogs = Rodents.
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Do you call him Pot Roast?
I should, he's actually not that fat. He's just massive.
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11.5 pound dogs = Rodents.
I know man, I know... Growing up I always had big dogs- never envisioned myself having an ankle biter but she ended up stealing my heart anyway.

Remnants of a past relationship that went south. My heartless ex at the time essentially abandoned her over a weekend with no food or water so I did what any person with a heart would do.

That little doggy and I been through some real tough times too- don't know what I will do without her...
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I know man, I know... Growing up I always had big dogs- never envisioned myself having an ankle biter but she ended up stealing my heart anyway.

Remnants of a past relationship that went south. My heartless ex at the time essentially abandoned her over a weekend with no food or water so I did what any person with a heart would do.

That little doggy and I been through some real tough times too- don't know what I will do without her...
AWE....you should post that on facebook...that is straight up a sure thing hook up material.. and the puppy is so adorable...I have one as well..she to was a rescue..for sure she will be the only female in your life to never let you down...
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AWE....you should post that on facebook...that is straight up a sure thing hook up material.. and the puppy is so adorable...I have one as well..she to was a rescue..for sure she will be the only female in your life to never let you down...
Well thank you I'm assuming you saw the pic I had up? It was huge so I took it down and need to resize it (I know that's a pet peeve on this board).

She's a Boston Terrier Chihuahua mix and is almost 11 years old. I've never met a dog with more personality- love that little dog!
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Old 06-17-2014, 11:01 AM   #67
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Well thank you I'm assuming you saw the pic I had up? It was huge so I took it down and need to resize it (I know that's a pet peeve on this board).

She's a Boston Terrier Chihuahua mix and is almost 11 years old. I've never met a dog with more personality- love that little dog!
she is adorable...put up a pic of Peyton the same size next to your puppy..should be no pet peeve to be had......that was a wonderful thing you did for that puppy..to many people are so cruel to these babies..
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Have a German Shepherd but, yeah, letting her go in the front yard isn't much of an option. Have done it before and she'll take off after 'em (one of the big joys of her life!) but don't want her running lose in the neighborhood and it's rather embarrassing chasing her down the road hollering her name until she breaks off pursuit! (Obviously, a cat is out of the question as she'd take off after the kitty as she would a rabbit!)
Have you ever seen a rabbit kick the **** out of a kitty? It is hilarious.
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Must kill beetles cuh cuh cuh
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cant be as funny as wrapping scotch tape on their back paws..sitting them down and watching them go...
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I know man, I know... Growing up I always had big dogs- never envisioned myself having an ankle biter but she ended up stealing my heart anyway.

Remnants of a past relationship that went south. My heartless ex at the time essentially abandoned her over a weekend with no food or water so I did what any person with a heart would do.

That little doggy and I been through some real tough times too- don't know what I will do without her...

Baxter?
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Ok, so it's not the Iraq-crisis, but I've got neighborhood bunnies ruining my front lawn by eating it and leaving their brown Trix-droppings all over the place. Short of putting a bullet between their fuzzy, little ears, what other advice does anyone have for ridding me of of this annoyance?

I've tried the over-the-counter repellents and those don't seem to work. I put out "Critter-Ridder" on the spots they frequent a couple days ago and they're right back out there sitting on top of the treated area. Tried something a couple years ago with dried fox-pee or some other such concoction but that didn't work, either. No point in trapping them because there's a den under several of the neighbor's porches so they'll just make more of themselves. Can't put up a fence (not in the front yard).

I'm seriously considering a pellet gun or something like that...


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It's a great solution if you are somewhere you cant shoot a .22.


FX airguns are your solution when you can't use a .22. You will never shoot a .22 if you get one anyways.
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