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Old 12-03-2010, 07:50 PM
 
Location: Central Texas
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I saw some no trespassing signs in Hawaii once, and later here, that might do the trick and made me giggle, anyway.

They said: ""No trespassing. Survivors will be prosecuted." With bullet holes in the signs, heading out. Perhaps something along the lines of "Don't feed the animals. Survivors will be prosecuted"?
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Old 12-03-2010, 08:04 PM
 
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I saw some no trespassing signs in Hawaii once, and later here, that might do the trick and made me giggle, anyway.

They said: ""No trespassing. Survivors will be prosecuted." With bullet holes in the signs, heading out. Perhaps something along the lines of "Don't feed the animals. Survivors will be prosecuted"?
LOL! I love it!

I might even try that for some habitual deer poachers.
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Old 12-09-2010, 07:01 PM
 
Location: Commonwealth Of Virginia
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There is a way to train your dog not to take any food other than what you offer it, not even if it finds it laying about. I've read about it but not attempted it yet. I have a pup and I have not allowed anyone to feed it or give it treats other than myself in hopes of teaching it not to accept any food products from "sickos".

There is a way to train your dog not to take any food other than what you offer it, not even if it finds it laying about. I've read about it but not attempted it yet


Please tell me how good it works , reading and training are two different things.

But I understand what you are saying, good luck. Wolves get poisoned all the time, no more savvy creature around.
I don't mean to come across as being harsh.

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