posted on Feb, 28 2015 @ 02:47 PM
Dogs in the country can get the wrong idea about critters. Most farm dogs are outdoors and have lots of targets. It doesn't take much to go from
chasing possums and coons to coyotes to larger things. They get a taste for the chase and hunt, and if you don't have control of them, it can get out
of control. They may know and respect what's yours, but they may not necessarily do the same for a neighbors' animals.
This is sad, but it happens. And it happens wherever there is a rural community. If the dogs were free-roaming off their home property, I'm guessing
the owner didn't have control.