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Well 1/3 of a full sized rabbit. The thing had no back legs, tail, and was missing 3" of the bottom. She's always caught and ate moles but this is crazy. I'm not even sure how a rabbit that large got in my fenced yard.
Pics or it didn't happen
We had a dog that ate an entire rabbit. His gas was horrible for about 4 hours, and then he threw the entire rabbit up on the porch.
I know. Cool story, brougham
If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day.
So that's where SpartanBeagle went.
I knew one of you sick fucks would say that. Here you go
She already threw something up a couple hours ago. I thought it was a mole.
Is 2/3 of a rabbit enough for Easter dinner?
Put it down. Not because it ate another living being, but because it is a beagle.
Can I borrow your dog? My dog is too big and slow to catch the rabbits that chew my grass down to the dirt. He would be happy to help eat the remaining 2/3 your dog left.
Here's the killer dog
Yup, just as I suspected. Went straight for the butt.
In other news, the sky appears to be blue today.
Just a beagle going what a beagle was breed to do. Hell, I have Britts and if anything wanders into their area (rabbits, turkey, turtles, moles, squirrel, etc), it's game on.
Beagle shaming....It looks real happy to be wearing a sweater
35,600 posts and counting since 09-09-2002. tRCMB Dead Pool Commissioner.
She did not appreciate the sweater.
Oh man, she looks guilty
It could be worse, he could be eating a rabbit that died 3 months ago in your yard.
OOOOOOOOOOOOH, yeah, that is our current dog's problem!! Freaking Reggie loves to snack on dead animals. He's like a 4 legged vulture.
At least you know what's for dinner!!!
Typically the canine protocol is to roll in the rotting carcass, then eat some of it. Repeat steps one and two until either they get caught or devour the entire animal.
I use to take my dog fishing with me when I lived in North Dallas and one morning I heard a crunching sound. 30 feet away my dog was eating a rotting carp after she rolled in it. Thank God I had my gym bag in the trunk so I could use my shampoo and wash her in the lake. I should have squirted some in her mouth, that was a long stinky ride home with a panting dog in the back seat.
This post was edited by Izzo Court 13 months ago
Reminds me of my hound (see avatar pic) when he was a puppy. We lived in a townhouse and he was in the common area one day stiffing and tracking per usual. Lost sight of him for a minute and went to look for him. I found him munching on a baby rabbit with another dead one under his paw. I yelled at him to "Stop!" to which he responded by grabbing the two bunnies and running around the yard while I chased him. Just then my Vietnamese wife came out to see what was up. He immediately ran to her and dropped the dead and mangled rabbits at her feet seeking her approval. She was not impressed and I was left to dispose of the carcasses. BTW, he did it again the next day. Some years later he brought me a painted turtle (still alive) and a vole (not still alive). Now he is 13yrs old and just lays in the sun in the backyard.
This post was edited by CheesySpartan 13 months ago
"love unconditionally". Princess Lacey
There is at least a handful of guys on here that would do the same thing...
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