What a shame nice buck .
Aye a real shame it's a nice buck , still your dogs will be eating well for a while
There are no perfect men in this world ..... Only perfect intentions
"yes officer, I found it on my lawn".....
useally cat poop on mine, nice buck tho ,natural causes?
speaking of road kill , a pal who is a wagon driver dropped on off for me for the dogs , whilst skinning it and cutting up i kept flicking scraps to my dog watching me , on completion the misses took the dog out for its dutys where on the dog passed out and went into a coma , all within 10 mins of eating the deer bits , rushed it to the vets , 2 days later after being on a drip ,dog came home with a hefty vet bill ! my thought was it had been uthinised and not disposed of correctly , but that is just my theory , never done it since !
No def road kill broken front legs .
Must go now and larder ready it or it will be good for nothing including dogs.
bewsher no issue there I am lucky enough to have quite a good area of local stalking and am well known within police through anti poaching talks and attending farm watch meets.
good point I will find who left it before doing anything like that!!
I've seen similar things with farm dogs getting at sheep I've put down. Colleague had comatose dogs who'd scavenged the neighbour's discarded testicles (from a horse castrate before you all giggle)