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Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
She was watching too much Dr. Quinn medicine woman. This is what a "wolf" supposedly looks like, according to that show:
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I don't know why she was posting that stuff on facebook. Who knows? Who cares. The people really in the wrong are the ones that dropped those dogs off in the woods.

Somebody should’ve shot him, not the wolf / dog hybrid he’s posing with.
Before he released that horrible song “ Achy Breaky Heart” and before he spawned that whore of a daughter, too. 😂😂😂


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Originally Posted by rockinbbar
The woman who posted alla that has no idea just how stupid she is...

But I bet by now she's starting to get a clue... wink


Judging by her FB posts after the fact that's not a bet I'd take lol.


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That wolf-husky pelt will hang nicely by her chihuahua-fox mount.

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Originally Posted by Just a Hunter
I am curious as to why there is an investigation. Stray dogs are shot fairly often in MT. Especially in cattle and sheep country.

Same!

What law could she have broken?


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Hunted Brown Bear in Russia a number one of times. One morning the Russian guide came out of his tent with a damn nice fur vest on. He didn’t speak very good English. I asked him what kind of fur it was? He said “Hooski “. I couldn’t understand him either. After several attempts he said “Dog”
That Husky made a really nice vest.

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Originally Posted by 10Glocks
I agree. Killing a feral dog, or cat, is a favor to everything else in the forest.

That is how it works here in Oz, and if they've been deliberately dumped in the bush it is on the people who dumped them, not those who knock them.

I personally like dogs, and have nothing particularly against pet cats either, but for ferals in the bush I have no compunction at all in dropping them. Better for them than taking a bait, and better for all the natives (and, in the case of dogs, game and livestock) they'd kill.

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Originally Posted by chlinstructor
Originally Posted by bsa1917hunter
She was watching too much Dr. Quinn medicine woman. This is what a "wolf" supposedly looks like, according to that show:
[Linked Image from i.imgur.com]

I don't know why she was posting that stuff on facebook. Who knows? Who cares. The people really in the wrong are the ones that dropped those dogs off in the woods.

Somebody should’ve shot him, not the wolf / dog hybrid he’s posing with.
Before he released that horrible song “ Achy Breaky Heart” and before he spawned that whore of a daughter, too. 😂😂😂
I don’t believe that’s your first husband, Billy Ray. He lied to you sweetheart.


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Back in the 70s, hunting in Germany, you were required by to kill dogs or cats running loose in the woods , even those with collars. Had to try and see if a person was there with them but they were required to leash their animals so a loose one was to be killed.


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Originally Posted by Beaver10
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Who cares.

Several miles into a wilderness area?

It isn’t the fault of the shooter and I’m pretty disappointed in people here who have suggested it is.

Whoever let their dog roam that way is the responsible party. If someone just let a dozen dogs loose back there they need to have their butt in a sling socially and legally not the shooter.

I mighta held out for a bigger dog in the pack to shoot.

Lol

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Oh, hell no. Take what you can get!

Years ago I and my Lab were surrounded and shadowed by a pack of wolves. The one that came out on the trail 30-40 yards ahead and did the classic canine "come play with me" to my Lab turned out to be a 9 month old female pup.

The pelt looks just fine on my wall.... but I won't ever walk up another that I've shot- if I ever do - until it is thouroughly dead.

The bit about "watching the green fire die in the eyes" (Aldo Leopold), still haunts me. Just a little. Won't stop me from shooting another, tho.

Or truely feral dogs either.

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Originally Posted by TheLastLemming76
Her and “her man” look like a pair of jackasses. I don’t believe the story of shooting it while in fear for her safety for a minute, but I can see someone mistaking a husky for a wolf several miles inside of a wilderness area. Possibly, low light, a wooded or brushy area ect.

No way was that fatass 11 miles in a wilderness area on a solo bear hunt.

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Originally Posted by 160user
"OK, ok..........it's your Elk lady but can I at least take my saddle off it"?

I thought about the same joke. Ha Ha


"OK, ok..........it's your Wolf lady but can I at least take my collar off it"


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Originally Posted by ElAhrairah
No way was that fatass 11 miles in a wilderness area on a solo bear hunt.

You can drive all up and down through the drainage she was in.
Not even very far of a drive off hwy 2.

Being they were able to round up the other 11 dogs and take them to the pound tells me they were probably just walking along the road or hanging out in one of the campground's there.

https://dailyinterlake.com/news/2022/sep/27/hunter-who-mistoo3-dog-wolf-under-investigation/

https://dailyinterlake.com/news/2022/sep/26/more-11-abandoned-dog2-found-hungry-horse-reservoi/

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Originally Posted by batch
Back in the 70s, hunting in Germany, you were required by to kill dogs or cats running loose in the woods , even those with collars. Had to try and see if a person was there with them but they were required to leash their animals so a loose one was to be killed.

Between this story and the Third Reich, I'm really starting to like Germany.


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Originally Posted by Idaho_Shooter
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I am curious as to why there is an investigation. Stray dogs are shot fairly often in MT. Especially in cattle and sheep country.

Same!

What law could she have broken?

She thought she was shooting a wolf. If she didnt have a license, theyll nail her for unlawful hunting. The intent was there. If you shoot a robodeer, youre busted, even though its not a deer. If you sell or buy a bag of fake drugs, youre busted just as f it was real. I remember a few years back reading about some woman in idaho was walking her dog off leash, sone moron shot it, and she flipped out of course and called the local authorities, and he said he thought it was a wolf. Problem was, wolf season wasnt open. He got busted for hunting wolves out of season. Dumbass shoulda said he thought it was a coyote.

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Having been around a Husky or two, I’m sure the little schit deserved it.


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Sounds like the wildlife needs more people like her. Maybe she'll kill a grizzly on her next hunt. People piss and moan about the damage the wolves and bear do to the elk, yet are to cheap to waste a bullet.


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Originally Posted by MadMooner
Having been around a Husky or two, I’m sure the little schit deserved it.

That is good!


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Another example of how social media and drive by media is just where two dicks met.
Only a goofy suburbanite with no outdoor experience would mistake a dog for a wolf, only a goofy suburbanite with no outdoor experience would lament it’s killing.
I like dogs, but packs chasing deer or cattle have to be dealt with. Ours gets out and slips her collar on occasion and I worry about her a bit till she gets back home (a few hours later) just because we’re surrounded by idiots.

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Originally Posted by Valsdad
More fodder for the antis.

Wonder if there will be an investigation as to who dropped a dozen dogs off in the wilderness. Wife rescued some Newfoundland pups from a few miles out a forest road in AZ once. Cutest things ever. We, and our dogs, had the pleasure of their company for a few days until we found a shelter that could take them.

I dislike the folks that abandon dogs in the woods more than the dumb woman who shot one.

Amen to that Geno!


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