Forget biting; dogs shoot man

Every year or so, we see a story like this pop up: hunter goes out with dogs, hunter props gun up on tree or some other precarious place, hunter then walks in front of gun, dogs see their chance, and hunter goes down like an eight-point buck.

Okay, so this year it was during a pheasant hunt, but it’s good to see that the dogs are finally getting organized. They didn’t kill the hunter, just wounded him with a leg shot, but it was probably enough to get taken home so they could couch out and have some kibble.  The increase in successful hunter hits could be attributed to better networking; perhaps a doggie newsletter, or the canine equivalent of MySpace and Facebook, which would be MySniff and, well, the other end of the book. Until we have a list of their demands, the dog-on-hunter violence is likely to continue, so just remember this:

1. Be good to your dogs.

2. Don’t walk in front of the gun barrel, idiot.

If you forget to give your puppy plenty of walks, treats and attention, and your ammo starts disappearing, hey, you were warned.

3 responses to “Forget biting; dogs shoot man

  1. And the memory of that shot will hound him the rest of his life. Where’s the story of a deer shooting a hunter? Then we’ll know the jig is up throughout the animal kingdom.

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