We have some land that we take all of our dogs to to let them run in an open "safer" environment. The problem is two Pit Bulls (way mishandled) live across the street from our land. Even though we play up to 25 acres away from them. They will still come on our land and attack our dogs. They have already ripped two of our dogs legs to the point where immidiate medical attention was called for. Any suggestion on how to keep these pesky dogs from killing my dogs? Pfunk
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We have some land that we take all of our dogs to to let them run in an open "safer" ... immidiate medical attention was called for. Any suggestion on how to keep these pesky dogs from killing my dogs? Pfunk

carry a gun
but I am against guns of anykind
in thread "P- Funk" (Email Removed) whittled the following words:
but I am against guns of anykind

I am sorry.
I'd be damned if I was on my property and would let some irresponsible dog owners dogs hurt a hair on my dog's head.
Pepper spray sometimes works on dogs, sometimes not. Sometimes makes things worse, especially with pit bulls. I don't care if it's a walrus eating my dogs. If it's mmy dogs territory, my dogs are being responsibly handled, any encroacher threatening my dogs are going to die.
but I am against guns of anykind

Any reason in particular you haven't talked to Animal Control or the sheriff?

Melinda Shore - Software longa, hardware brevis - (Email Removed)

The dollar has been falling for three years yet the trade deficit has increased by 60%
In the great state of Alabama, they have to not be controlling the dogs enough to warrant thier removal.
i've thought about a salt pelter
what about a salt pelter..keep 'em off, no permanent damage done
We have some land that we take all of our dogs to let them run in an open "safer" environment. ... immediate medical attention was called for. Any suggestion on how to keep these pesky dogs from killing my dogs? Pfunk

Diddy recommended a gun, which seems like the obvious, and perfect response, IMO. I'll make it even clearer: deadly force. By that, I mean don't shoot to frighten the pit bulls or even injure them: shoot to kill.
Be it pit bull, chihuahua, even chow chow (the breed I adore most), if it comes on my property to cause harm, it will be met with the level of force necessary to neutralize the threat including deadly force.

Don't bother warning your neighbors, because the safety of their dogs (or anyone else's) does not matter to them.
I don't hate pit bulls and I'm not a violent person, but I'm not going to tolerate someone else's animals invading my property and harming my family.
Michael
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