If a person tortures dogs, they are quick to charge. But if they're protecting their dog, what's the deal?"But this is the tricky gray area of it being a dog."
:lol:Neighbor Scott Johnson, 46, said it's sad such a beautiful animal was killed.
"But I feel safe now," he said.
+1triggerman357 said:I'd rather be under fire, than under that mountian lion :wink:
If it is on my land where my children play, it is a threat and WILL be dealt with as such. The DNR can try to convince twelve of my neighbors it posed no danger.gunsmoker said:Can you kill any dangerous animal that you see on your own land? No. It has to be a threat to you or your property.